BMM Meeting Not meeting at present
Wereham Village Hall
Third Monday of the month
Next meeting: Monday, 17 August 2020 at 13:30
About the meeting
Come and join us at another Wereham Village Hall meet! Feel free to drop in at any time during the session!
We’ll plan to be inside, at the little café in the village hall. However, if the weather happens to be good enough, we’ll move outside to the patio (to the right of the main hall) and/or the play park across the field from the hall. A selection of toys and books for babies and young children are kindly provided by the venue for use during our meets.
The on-site café sells a small selection of hot and cold drinks and snacks at very reasonable prices (50p for tea or coffee). Full menu at https://www.werehamvillagehall.co.uk/village-hall-cafe/?fbclid=IwAR0iojN64LH6txzRkwhfTFEGV1f6BTMk3AuvXgC3RUi8K0W8zzvjOgAhtgo
About your host
I’m Milli 😎 I’ll be wearing a black “liquid gold” T-shirt and pink glasses, and will be accompanied by my lively three-year-old and tiny newest addition!
If you are worried about coming along, I’m very happy to meet anyone on their own before the meet starts, just send me a message.
How to find us
The hall is on Church Road just off the A134 (Lynn Road)
There is a car park in front of the hall with plenty of spaces.
Milli HeskethBoard member, Host, West
Name and Role – Milli, Charity Trustee and host
Location and role – West Norfolk
Length of time breastfeeding – 3.25 years
Favourite thing about breastfeeding – Convenience (it’s ready anytime anywhere, at the perfect temperature and consistency, with no special equipment needed👌🏻). That, and that fact that it’s just magic!!
Bio – I’m Milli, I’m currently breastfeeding my second baby after feeding my son for over three years. I am a doctor, and also teach Anatomy to medical students. When my first was born I was disappointed by the complete lack of breastfeeding support in my area, so I am very glad to have the opportunity to help other women through Breastfeeding Mum Meets. My favourite thing about breastfeeding is how convenient it is – it’s ready any time anywhere, at the perfect temperature and consistency, with no special equipment needed! That, and the fact that it’s just magic, and has so many benefits for mothers and their babies, as well as for wider society and for the environment. My main hobbies are coffee, going to the park, and finding out how little sleep I need to function – often all three together! When I have time, I also enjoy gardening, sewing and playing the piano. I’m based in Downham Market and am head BMM host for the West Norfolk area. I currently host regular BMM meets in Downham and Wereham, as well as supporting online via the BMM Facebook group. I have completed the ABM Mother Supporter course, and also the UNICEF Management of Breastfeeding training.