Antenatal Classes Gloucester

£225.00

  • Time: 7- 9 / 9.30pm

Available course dates: Due dates are a rough guide- the month before or after the recommended due date is also fine.


The following courses Venue: The Roastery, Quedgely GL2 4NE

March 11th, 18th, 25th and 1st April  (Due dates May)

April 15, 22, 29 and 6th May (Due dates June)

May 13th, 20th, 27th & 3rd June (Due dates July)

June 17th, 24th, July 1st, 8th (Due August/ early September)

July 22nd, 29th & August 5th, 12th (Due dates September)

To book your place add to cart then in the order notes please write the month of your chosen course and venue. Alternatively you can email us after your purchase.  

 We are giving all mothers who are booked onto our antenatal education course a whopping 30% off our Hypnobirthing Days. After booking this course send us an email and we will email you your code.

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Terms and Conditions

Although your course leaders will be midwives. These classes are not designed to replace your midwifery or obstetric care. If you have any concerns about your health of you or your baby then you must seek medical advice from your healthcare provider (GP or your local midwife).

We reserve the right to change the venue to one similar within a 2 mile radius. If this situation arises we will give you at least a fortnights notice via email or telephone.

Refunds can only be issued if your baby is born before your course has commenced.

If you prefer to pay in instalments please send us an email and we can book you onto a course with a £50 deposit. Course fees will need to be paid in full a fortnight  prior to the start of the course.

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Hospital Bag Items.

Here is a few of my faves ....

💡Lip balm- Gas and air can make your lips really dry. So can hospitals with their dry air.
💡 Earplugs/Eye mask- This one is useful if you need to spend any time on the antenatal maternity ward eg. induction of labour. Ear plugs are definitely not for after you’ve had the baby!!
💡Flannel/water spray/mini fan - You can get HOT in labour. Also hospitals 🥵
💡Socks- if you have an epidural or spinal. When it wears off your feet can feel cold!

💡 Always pack an extra bag to keep at home for a relative to bring in if you unexpectedly need to stay in for longer

💡 Dads/Partners- Pack yourself a bag too. Think change of clothes, food, toothbrush, food, drinks, food. Paracetamol is also a good one for you to have, hospitals can’t dish out the drugs to Dads and lack of sleep and hospital air can mean headaches.

What were your most used items in labour/birth? Midwife buddy’s - what’s your tips?? Or any pregnant mothers have any hospital bag Qs...

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