Pregnancy Wakefield

Pregnancy, Labour & Post-Natal Support

Mum of 3 Natalie Kay has 15 years of first aid training experience for babies, children and adults from her job as airline cabin crew. She qualified as a first aid instructor and started up 1st Steps First Aid in 2017 after realising that people who look after children on a day to day basis don’t necessarily have the knowledge of baby and child first aid, to be able to deal with a medical emergency. She wanted to be able to give people the knowledge, skills and confidence if ever faced with life’s little emergencies.


As parents, we all want to be able to protect our children the best we can. Hopefully no one will ever be faced with having to deal with a situation like this, but 1st Steps First Aid feels it is essential for all parents, family members and anyone that looks after children to learn paediatric first aid so you are prepared just in case the unexpected ever happens.


1st Steps First Aid is a small independent company offering a range of fun, interactive courses from informal 2 hour baby and child first aid classes, to level 3 paediatric and adult first aid qualification courses.

Public and private group bookings are available

07872 965666
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Mini First Aid 2 hour class are for parents, grandparents and carers.  The class covers what to do in a first aid emergency with your little ones – from birth up to puberty.


The class covers CPR, choking, burns, breaks, bumps, bleeding, febrile seizures and more.


Our classes are relaxed and pre-crawling babies are very welcome.


Places are limited and must be reserved in advance, the class fee is £20 per person. Small group classes are also available on request.


Visit the website to reserve your place on the next available class

07720 287575
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Our Turning Point Talking Therapies service provide quick and easy access to a range psychological therapies – so you can get the help you need, when you need it. If you are feeling down, worried, depressed or anxious – our wellbeing practitioners could help, get in touch at: or via social media for more information.


01924 234860
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AIMS works towards better births for all by campaigning and information sharing, protecting human rights in childbirth and helping women to know their rights, whatever birth they want, and wherever they want it.


We support all maternity service users to navigate the system as it exists, and campaign for a system which truly meets the needs of all.

Baby Ultrasound Clinic Wakefield

Baby ultrasound clinic is an independent private company that offers 2d/3d/4d scans with an option of HD live. Using cutting edge technology we are able to give you a glimpse of your baby from as early as 7 weeks into your pregnancy.


01924 376040

Birth Rights

Birthrights promotes women’s rights to receive evidence-based care that conforms to the best medical and midwifery standards. We do not promote any particular clinical perspectives in maternity care.

These rights are set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women and subsequent United Nations conventions and declarations, and the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.




If you’ve had a premature or sick baby we have information to support you.


We offer emotional and practical support to empower families and equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to provide the best possible care to their baby, for however long they live and for however long their stay in neonatal care.

Early Days Baby Scan

Family-friendly scan centre offering quality Early Pregnancy Reassurance, Gender and 3D/4D Ultrasound Scans.  Located in the centre of Wakefield.  Flexible opening times.  Contact us for further information or to book your appointment.

£5 off and 2 free Prints- Just Mention Mumbler!

Call:01924 694 106

FAB Peer Support Community Sessions

In Wakefield, we are really lucky to have the support of F.A.B. & all their infant feeding peer supporters!


The below information lists all of the locations that infant feeding peer supporters are available to offer support and information to help with your breastfeeding. Please note some of these sessions are term time only and occasionally we do have to change times and venues so we recommend that you speak to FAB to check dates and timings before setting out to avoid any disappointment.


If you can’t make one of these sessions, please remember that the FAB 24hr Breastfeeding Helpline is 01924 851901 and there is a really friendly & supportive facebook group



Useful contacts
Families and Babies 24hr Breastfeeding Helpline – 01924 851901
Pinderfields Maternity Unit – 01924 541 689
The Breastfeeding Network – 0300 100 0210
La Leche League – 0845 120 2918
National Childbirth Trust – 0300 330 0771
Association of Breastfeeding Mothers – 0300 330 5453

Home Birth Support Group UK

We are a doula facilitated, peer to peer support group for women and birthing people and their partners and birth workers, The group is UK based, all our members have an interest in or are planning a home birth.

Facebook Group

Little Kingdom

Little Kingdom is a charity shop which is part of The Prince of Wales Hospice, selling pre-loved children’s wear, accessories, prams, baby equipment, toys and more! All funds raised from the items we sell go directly to the Hospice.


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My Eco Baby CIC

My Eco Baby Community Interest Company, selling used baby and children items to prevent them from going to landfill.


Shop in The Ridings Shopping Centre, Almshouse Lane, Wakefield WF1 1DS (it was the old Yorkshire Linen Shop or Kindness Warehouse)

Open Wednesdays – Saturdays (check facebook page for opening times)


Facebook Page

07935 927824

MY Maternity – Better Births at Mid Yorkshire

This is a Facebook Page to support new and expectant families cared for by the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

On this page:
� Message our midwifery team
� Receive health and well-being information
� Share your birth stories
� Meet our team


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Our mission is to support parents through the first 1,000 days to have the best possible experience of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood.

We do this though three interconnected aims:

Sharing knowledge: we provide evidence-based information for parents online and face-to-face to give every parent the chance to make informed decisions.

Creating networks: we support parents to build networks through our 333 branches across the UK, forging vital, often lifelong friendships.

Harnessing voices: we campaign on the issues that matter most to families throughout their first 1,000 days.


NCT Introducing Solid Foods Workshops

Introducing solid foods to your baby is an exciting time but you probably have lots of questions. NCT Introducing Solid Foods workshops, suitable for babies aged 3.5-6 months, cover; signs of readiness, baby-led and spoon feeding, suitable foods, reducing milk feeds, safety concerns, allergies plus time for questions.

Contact Helen on 0208 752 9127

Reuseable nappy scheme with Wakefield Council

Wakefield Council are keen to reduce waste and have introduced the Wakefield Council real nappy trial


Packs include reuseable nappies, boosters and reuseable wipes

Available when your baby is between 0 and 16 months old


If you want to apply, have a look here…/recycling/real-nappies



Stepping Stones Baby Bank

We are a non-profit organisation that aims to support families in Ossett, Horbury and surrounding areas with baby essentials to ensure that no child goes without. By doing this, we play our part in reducing landfill and encouraging sustainable living.


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The Bag Fairies

Baby bank in South Kirkby


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07765 947785

Tiny Hands Baby Bank

Our aim is to collect baby clothes, equipment and other baby essentials that are preloved and donate to families in need. Ages birth – 2 years


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Twins Trust

Our mission at Twins Trust is to provide our families with the information and support they need to enable them to thrive. We raise awareness, invest in research and campaign for the best possible outcomes for our families.

We offer help, information and advice online, over the phone, or via Twinline. We also run a unique service which helps families in desperate need.

VBAC Support Group UK

This is a UK based support group for women in the UK planning to have a VBAC, Vaginal Birth After (1 or more) Caesarean sections. We also offer support to women planning elective sections. This is because the two are very closely linked.

We do not offer medical advice, nor replace the advice given to you by your care providers. We simply offer you different perspectives and point you to resources that may provide you with the information you need to make your own informed choices.

Facebook Group

Wakefield & District Maternity Voices Partnership

Maternity Voices Partnerships (MVPs) are working groups: teams of women and their families, commissioners, maternity staff working together to review and contribute to the development of their local maternity care.


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Wakefield Early Support Advice Information Liaison (WESAIL) is available to parents and carers of a child or a young person, who has, or may have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years who are living within the Wakefield District.

This service is also available to young people themselves and those working with families.