Baby Weaning Classes 15.06.11

Approach the next stage of raising your baby with confidence!
Recent cuts to the NHS mean that it’s now even more difficult to get access to a health visitor and with so much conflicting advice out there, weaning can seem daunting .

Now at the Hill station you can learn lots of relevant information from Jo Travers, an evidence-based nutritionist and author.

In the session you will learn:

  • When & how to start giving solid foods
  • What type of foods to begin with
  • Which foods to avoid
  • Meeting your baby’s nutritional needs
  • How to encourage good habits
  • Baby-led weaning
  • Dealing with problems
  • Safety and hygiene

There will be plenty of time for questions so please bring them with you!
The next class is Wed May 18, 6pm – 7.30pm at the Hill Station. Places are limited so please email or call 07540 305 699 to book your place. £15 per person (includes a FREE recipe booklet)

Peace and quiet once a week?

We’d love your reactions on this, please feel free to post a comment below…

Lots of parents with babies and young children use the cafe and we are glad to provide a place for that to happen. I remember how isolated I sometimes felt at home with a baby and I would have loved a Hill Station to walk to.

And we also have other types of customers – I’ve seen people studying with laptops, sometimes we hold meetings there with other community organisations, there are people with a book coming for a break from the home office, local elders…

So we want to recognise everybody’s needs and ensure as many people as possible feel the Hill Station is a place for them.

On a trial basis we will be running Peaceful Fridays. If you are one of our customers who finds it difficult to concentrate or relax with children and babies around then we recommend you come along on a Friday for a more peaceful experience. And if you are one of our customers with babies or children then we will welcome you on the other 6 days of the week but ask if you can meet somewhere else please on Fridays.

We hope this will fit with our aim to be socially inclusive and a place for all.