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Muslim Mums Monthly Pregnancy Group

Monthly face-to-face sessions for pregnant mums.

In collaboration with Nottingham Muslim Women’s Network and Small Steps Big Changes (SSBC), Muslim Village has started monthly face-to-face sessions for pregnant mums. They will be running monthly educational and support sessions at Mary Potters Health Centre, 76 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham NG7 5HY, which will be delivered by trained Muslim professionals and volunteers. Every month will be a different topic and you can sign up to them individually or all of them.

To register please visit the Nottingham Muslim Pregnancy Group ticket site.
For more information call Manisha on 07885564351 or email:

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This page was last reviewed on 10-05-2024

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