Maternity information and support
Online antenatal classes
We have produced a series of online films where you can find out everything you need to know about your pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding and life after birth. Click here to find our films and further useful pregnancy information.
For more information about the antenatal and newborn screening programmes we provide in our trust please click here.
Homebirth support group
Follow this link for information.
Giving birth - what to bring?
For a list of what to bring with you to hospital when you are giving birth click here.
Pregnancy can result in problems with diabetes. For more detailed information about pregnancy and diabetes click here.
If you are diabetic your community midwife should see you as early 5-6 weeks into the pregnancy in order to arrange referral into the clinic.
Genital herpes in pregnancy
In some instances genital herpes can pose problems during pregnancy and birth. Click here for more advice on this condition.
There is a wealth of useful information about pregnancy and birth on the NHS Choices website for more information click here.
Maternity patient information leaflets
Follow this link to our leaflets section.
Breastfeeding information and groups
Click here for useful tips and information on feeding and for details of local support groups.
The Parenting Track gives all families an opportunity to attend local children's centres and learn more about parenting through the key ages and stages of your child's development.
There are also antenatal sessions available to all ladies 32 weeks pregnant and over. Please visit the website for more information.
Supervision of Midwives
Supervision of midwives is a statutory requirement and aims to monitor and support high standards of care being consistently provided to all mothers and babies. Women are able to access Supervisors of Midwives for support on any issue of concern they feel there own Midwife cannot help with. For more information or to contact a Supervisor of Midwives click here.
The BABY project
BABY is a long term study which aims to track a large group of babies born in Yorkshire, and their parents, from pregnancy onwards. Find out more.
Click here for links to informative websites and leaflets.