Welcome to the circle.


Red School –

Jane Hardwick Collings –

Red Tent Directory –

Red Tents In Every Neighborhood –

Menstrual pads, cups, etc –


Inspiring websites

Bethany Webster –

Treesisters –



Local birth groups

Exeter Home birth group, meeting monthly

Exeter Babies, for real nappies, peer breasfeeding support and playgroups in Exeter

List of local doulas covering Exeter, put in your postcode to find who covers your area:

Sacred women’s circles & red tent events:


Pregnancy & Birth

Doula UK:

AIMS (wealth of information on all aspects of maternity provision):

Birth Choices UK:

BellyBelly (pregnancy, birth & baby resource):

Spinning Babies (a must visit website):

Independent Midwives UK:

IPEN Independent Placenta Encapsulation Network:


Apgar score:

Breech Birth:

Birthing supplies:

JUNO magazine: – for a free copy enter the code: UDC31187 on this page:



Exeter Home Birth Support Group:

Homebirth for Dads:

Water birth


Hypnosis techniques for birth

ANY book by

Sheila Kitzinger
Ina May Gaskin
Steve Biddulph
Michel Odent


The food of love by Kate Evans

007 Breasts:

Association of Breastfeeding Mothers: tel: 0300 330 5453

Breastfeeding Network: 0300100 0212

La Leche League:


Sleep & breastfeeding:

Jane’s breastfeeding resources:

KellyMom (fab breastfeeding resource):

BellyBelly (pregnancy, birth & baby resource):


No-Cry sleep Solution:
ISIS Infant sleep website:
NCT, including the Bednest rental option:


Vitamin K:

Raising a vaccine free child – website and book available:

Dr Donegan MBBS DRCOG DCH DFFP MRCGP MFHom is a GP with a special interest in vaccination:

The Informed Parent:



Great selection of TEDX talks on pregnancy, birth & doulas

Search for the Red Tent on Facebook

Shared experiences helpline:

TIPS (FAB RESOURCE, covers all topics inc. newborn skin care) : – Just type what you want to know in the search bar… great baby bathing/skin care info too.

Baby wearing:

Postnatal support:

Pandas Foundation

Helpline 0843 28 98 401
Pandas Foundation vision is to support every individual with Pre or Postnatal Depression in England. We campaign to change the law, provide Pandas Help Line, offer advice to all and much more.

The Association for Postnatal Illness

Helpline 020 7386 0868
Provides a telephone helpline, information leaflets for sufferers and healthcare professionals as well as a network of volunteers, who have themselves experienced postnatal illness.


Helpline 08451 228 669
Offers support for families with excessively crying, sleepless and demanding babies.

MAMA – The “Meet A Mum Association”

Helpline 0845 120 3746
Self-help groups for mothers with small children.

NCT – The National Childbirth Trust

Postnatal Line – 0300 330 0773
Help over a million mums and dads each year through pregnancy, birth and early days of parenthood. Offer antenatal and postnatal courses, local support and reliable information to help all parents.


Telephone 08457 90 90 90
Samaritans provides confidential non-judgemental emotional support, 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which could lead to suicide.

Action on Postpartum Psychosis
Action on Postpartum Psychosis



Parenting by Connection:

Aha parenting website:

Childs 1st year:

Natural Parenting UK:

Steve Biddulph

JUNO magazine: – for a free copy enter the code: UDC31187 on this page: