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Pregnant Parents

PACT welcomes pregnant parents to join our activities and connect with services like Baby Bank and Rose Vouchers, scroll down to find out more.

Parent University consists of an Antenatal Course for pregnant women and partners and a Postnatal Course for parents with a baby under 6 months old.

Two children wearing home made hats sit on a large toy scooter. One child is waving her hands whilst the other grins and looks to camera. In the background are other children, play mats, a toy tunnel and parents.

Check out our PACT calendar to see all of our activities with parents and children.

Useful resources

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Baby Bank

Baby Bank offers good quality baby equipment and clothes for families who need extra support.

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Rose Vouchers for Fruit & Vegetables

Rose Vouchers for Fruit & Veg Project helps families on low incomes to buy fresh fruit and vegetables.

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Healthy Start Vouchers

If you’re pregnant or have children under the age of 4 you can get free vouchers or payments every 4 weeks to spend on food and milk.


Mindful parenting - tricks to stay calm

PACT parent Abieyuwa shares tips on how to stay calm when parenting

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How to help your baby's brain grow and develop

Understand how your baby's brain grows and develops.

Playing with your child

Ideas on how you can play and interact with your child.

Creating positive thoughts

Tips on how you can have more positive thoughts to improve your wellbeing.

Helping your child understand their feelings

Understanding your child's feelings can help you to manage your emotions better.

Daily routines - do you have one?

Daily routines are very helpful with babies and young children.