A drop in session will be taking place in Millom to hear views about maternity services.
At the event being led by Healthwatch Cumbria, people will have the opportunity to give comments about what is important to them at all stages of pregnancy.
The drop in session will take place on Monday 23 November from noon to 2pm at Guide Hall, Back of Library, St George’s Road, Millom, Cumbria, England, LA18 4DD
This is aimed at women who have used maternity services in the last five years, their partners, families and birth supporters and those who may become pregnant in the future.
Sue Stevenson from Healthwatch Cumbria said:
“Since the beginning of November we have attended around 40 sessions where mums and families have been present with young children and a further 20 are planned. These are spread across Allerdale, Carlisle, Copeland and Eden and in those areas where there are either no sessions or groups that we can attend or where we need to add to what already exists, we are holding drop in events. tweet
“We would like to thank all the people who have already taken time to share their views with us about what’s important to them during all stages of pregnancy and look forward to hearing from more over the next two weeks.” tweet
You can also share your views on maternity services by taking part in the online survey available at: