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Nct question

(5 Posts)
cmt1375 Wed 06-Mar-13 11:54:21

put your postcode in www.nct.org.uk/branches and find out what is going on in your area, your branch will be happy to meet you.

Startail Wed 06-Mar-13 11:53:45

Ask, some only do bumps and babies, my old one had a group for up to 3.5 ish

Rockchick1984 Wed 06-Mar-13 11:51:54

Bumps and Babies groups not Barbur groups lol!

Rockchick1984 Wed 06-Mar-13 11:49:05

Depends what your local NCT offers - mine only offers bumps and Babur groups which are up to 12 months. Have you tried your local Surestart centre? Also, if you contact your local Families Information Service through the council they can usually give you a list of local mums and tots groups (often through churches, although faith isn't a prerequisite to attending) which will be suitable. I moved house recently and these were the ways I found new mum friends!

abbyfromoz Mon 04-Mar-13 19:54:15

Not sure if i am posting under the correct category- apologies if i have the wrong one
I have a question for anyone who is in an nct group... I never joined when i was pregnant and now starting to regret it...we moved house recently and i would really like to meet some local mums. Can anyone tell me how late is ok to join an nct? DD is 22 months and i am sahm feeling quite bored and isolated sad

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