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zThe Taunton Birth Forum offers an annual programme of diverse and stimulating evening talks given by people from a wide professional and geographical field on the theme of pregnancy, birth and Parenting including psychological, physical and medical understanding.  TBF provides a forum for professional and interested lay people to achieve a deeper understanding of the journey Mothers take in pregnancy and the impact it has on them, and how we can support them to be as healthy and happy in this time in their lives as can be possible.

September 10th 2010 to July 2011

Our talks are attended by Midwives , Doctors , Psychotherapists, Nurses, Clergy, Cranio Sacral Therapists , Yoga teachers , Ante Natal Teachers , Doulas, Students, Parents, Parents-to-be who come from beyond Bristol and Exeter and many other
practitioners as well as people with a purely personal interest.

TBF believes that we have much to gain from sharing individual insights developed via a variety of methods. TBF offers an opening for people in the Taunton area to talk and hear about relevant material, theoretical and clinical. It also acts as a channel through which we can meet people from further afield whose ideas and work are of
particular interest.

TBF meets one Thursday per month at the Friends Meeting House, 13 Bath Place, Taunton, TA1 4EP - Tel: 01823 272863 - at 7.45 until 9.15 pm and costs £8 a meeting.

Click here to download the 2010-2011 Taunton Birth Forum Brochure

Click here to download the 2011-2012 Taunton Birth Forum Brochure

Click here to download the September 2010 to July 2011 Taunton Birth Forum Speakers Programme.

Click here to download the September 2011 to July 2010 Taunton Birth Forum Speakers Programme.

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