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Our breastfeeding advisers can provide the support you need to establish breastfeeding quickly and efficiently.

Breastfeeding reduces your baby’s risk of:

  • Diarrhoea, vomiting and gastroenteritis
  • Chest infections
  • Being obese and developing type 2 diabetes and other illnesses later in life
  • Ear infections
  • Sudden infant death syndrome/ cot death
  • Developing eczema

Mums benefit too because breastfeeding:

  • Lowers the risk of breast cancer
  • Lowers the risk of ovarian cancer
  • Lowers the risk of postnatal depression

Contact us

Becky Davenport
Infant Feeding Advisor
Worcestershire Royal Hospital

01905 760 507
07767 440 971

Caroline Payne
Infant Feeding Advisor
Alexandra Hospital, Redditch

07879 440 264

Useful resources

The NHS Choices breastfeeding guide helps you to get started and overcome problems, and it offers useful tips on things like feeding when you are out and about

The From bump to breastfeeding video follows the real-life experiences of new mothers

The NHS Information Service provides information via email and text

National Childbirth Trust (NCT)

UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative

NHS Choices breastfeeding guide

NHS Information Service for Parents

Bliss - for babies born sick or early

Tamba - Twins and Multiple Births Association

Association of Breastfeeding Mothers


National Breastfeeding Helpline  
0300 100 0212

NCT Breastfeeding Helpline
0300 330 0771

The Breastfeeding Network Supportline  
0300 100 0210

La Leche League Helpline
0845 120 2918

Association of Breastfeeding Mothers
08444 122 949