Looking for other to be mummies in Walthamstow

(9 Posts)
zoers35 Mon 09-Oct-17 10:34:50

Hello,
I am pregnant with our first baby and due mid April.
I have had a quick look online but cant find any local groups for mums to be/ new parents. It would be lovely to talk to other to be mummies and to see what there is to do in the area once baby arrives.
Thanks in advance for any advice.

otherstories Mon 09-Oct-17 21:42:56

The Facebook group ‘Walthamstow parents’ is very active. Good luck

Brierley86 Thu 12-Oct-17 20:40:09

I am not on Facebook but thanks

TheFirstMrsDV Fri 13-Oct-17 13:51:36

Contact your local children's centre.
What part of Walthamstow are you in.

otherstories Fri 13-Oct-17 15:34:34

This is the current (I think!) children’s centre timetable and newsletter
www.tlpcc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Roleplay_Sep2017-min.pdf

mayhew Sat 14-Oct-17 13:48:08

in E17, all the parent networks operate through Facebook. Its a very positive and supportive community.

Crabbo Sat 14-Oct-17 20:12:58

There's absolutely loads on in Walthamstow for parents/young children. Agree the best thing is to get on Facebook and join Walthamstow parents but if you really don't want to do that try the Lloyd park centre, the toy library, the limes (all have websites with opening times etc on). If you're planning on doing NCT book now because it fills up very quickly.

Discotits Fri 20-Oct-17 07:28:10

Came on to say what everyone else has really!
Walthamstow is a big area; there’s a fair bit on in the village, but if like me you’re at the other end... the Facebook group is really helpful, I find loads of stuff on there.

SilviaE Tue 07-Nov-17 18:33:22

Hello! I'm pregnant with our first child and I am due in Feb. Would be nice to get in contact with some parents from Walthamstow. I live close to Blackhorse station. What about you zoers35?

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