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The Wallingford, Didcot and District National Childbirth Trust (NCT) Branch is looking for a new
Branch Co-ordinator and Quarterly Newsletter Editor to join a friendly team.

The branch runs weekly tums and tinies groups, a sling library, birth choices group, breastfeeding advice drop-ins and nearly new sales. They also provide a baby-changing gazebo and would like to kick start some new branch events.

'The NCT wants all parents to have an experience of pregnancy, birth and early parenthood that enriches their lives and gives them confidence in being a parent,' says Rebecca Chiazzese. 'As Branch Co-ordinator you’d help us turn our ideas into action. The branch activities are very much run as a team effort but you’d manage the monthly committee meetings and we hope you’d perhaps bring along some fresh ideas too.

'The Newsletter Editor co-ordinates the submission of articles from contributors, makes sure
everything is print ready and on time for the quarterly distribution. Advertising and distribution are dealt with by others. You don’t have to be an existing NCT member to show your interest and you don’t have to be a Mum either. We welcome Dads too!'

If you’d like to hear more about the volunteer positions or would just like to get involved, you can email Emily, the outgoing Branch Co-ordinator at << Go Back
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