We’re going to The Baby Show! Find us on Stand D41 at Olympia, London 19-21 October

My Expert Midwife - The Baby Show

Wow, the last 12 months have been so busy and so exciting, and next week we’ll be officially celebrating our first birthday at one of the biggest parenting events in the UK – The Baby Show at Olympia, London.

This will be the first time that My Expert Midwife has exhibited and we’re really looking forward to providing exclusive show-offers across the weekend. Savings of up to £15 will only be available at the Show – we won’t be reproducing them on our website – so it really is worth a trip. Mums-to-be can also take advantage of a hand or foot massage by joint founder and pre and post-natal massage specialist, Claire Charlton.

As well as exhibiting, we’ll be taking our expert advice to the main stage. Co-founder and resident midwife, Lesley Gilchrist, will be discussing common childbirth concerns, as well as sharing the stage with other experts as part of a panel discussion around parenting and mental wellbeing.

You can also book a private appointment with Lesley at the One to One with the Experts area to discuss any issues you have with your pregnancy or forthcoming birth.

If you missed out on winning complimentary tickets to the Show via our Instagram competition, don’t worry, you can still take advantage of saving over 35% off the standard ticket price by entering our unique discount code - EXPERTMIDWIFE - on The Baby Show website.

We can’t wait to show off our incredible stand and meet lots of new mums and dads to be! Do come across and meet us on Stand D41.

We’ll be sharing our first Baby Show experience with you - including our very exciting media event - across our social media channels, so make sure you’re following us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

See you there!

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