First steps: How to contact our midwives
You need to think about referring to us by week seven of your pregnancy. Here's how to do it.
Choices for antenatal care
Your midwife will help identify the best care pathway for you to follow.
If your blood group is rhesus negative, the plan for your pregnancy will be slightly different.
Schedule of care
Find out what you can expect at each of your antenatal appointments.
We can offer you an optional, non-invasive screening test for Down's syndrome.
During your pregnancy, you should consider whether you wish your baby to receive the Vitamin K supplement recommended by the Department of Health at birth.
We are here to help you cope with any difficulties you may experience during pregnancy.
Parent education programme
Join our popular one-day parent education courses to learn more about labour, birth and what to expect as a first-time parent.
Smoking in pregnancy is bad for you and your baby. We can help you quit.