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The National Childbirth Trust

The National Childbirth Trust wants all parents to have an experience of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood that enriches their lives and gives them confidence in being a parent, providing local support and putting them in touch for social networking. The NCT also runs antenatal classes and provides information on maternity issues, breastfeeding and postnatal support including specialist groups for caesareans and miscarriage. There are approximately 320 branches throughout the country and the NCT is also involved in research and campaigning.

Who to contact

Name
The National Childbirth Trust
Telephone
0300 33 00 700 for enquiries (Mon-Fri 9.00am-5.00pm)
Email
enquires@nct.org.uk
Website
http://www.nct.org.uk
Address
Alexandra House
Oldham Terrace
LONDON
Postcode
W3 6NH

Where to go

Name
The National Childbirth Trust
Address
Various locations throughout the UK
Area served
Suffolk

Days & Times

Pregnancy & Birth Line (0300 3300772): Monday to Friday, 10.00am - 8.00pm. Breastfeeding Line (0300 330 0771): Seven days a week, 8.00am – 10.00pm. Postnatal Line 0300 3300772

Other details

Age Groups
Adults
Notes

The NCT offers a range of support services for parents. We are most known for our antenatal education and breastfeeding counselling, but we also run courses for new parents to help them adjust in their new role as parents. Our services are open to all parents. We charge for services like our antenatal and postnatal courses. This is to cover the cost of organising courses and training our teachers and facilitators to an exceptionally high standard. We offer discounted rates in special circumstances and advise anyone wishing to access our courses to discuss their situation in confidence with our bookings coordinators. We also run the Pregnancy and Birth Line (0870 444 8709) and the Breastfeeding Line (0300 330 0771) to support parents.

Last Updated
17/03/2016

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