Hitchin’s Secret Garden launches Nurture Parenting Week

The re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO

The re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO - Credit: Picture: DANNY LOO

The Secret Garden in Hitchin launched its Nuture Week on Monday with the aim of creating a community hub that helps parents suffering with anxiety and depression.

The re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO

The re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO - Credit: Picture: DANNY LOO

The week will see special guests and experts giving talks, classes and treatments – including mum and baby yoga – for parents visiting the hub.

Pre and post-natal wellbeing experts and founder of MamaBabyBliss Justina Perry said: “It’s essential to provide support within communities on their journey through pregnancy and parenthood.

The re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO

The re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO - Credit: Picture: DANNY LOO

“We are delighted to partner with the Secret Garden and other local partners with our first MamaBabyBliss Sanctuary, dedicated to supporting women and families from pregnancy to three years old.”

Events and workshops will be continuing at the Secret Garden until tomorrow. For more information about what’s on, go to secretgardenhitchin.co.uk.

The re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO

The re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO - Credit: Picture: DANNY LOO

(L-R) Secret Garden director and owner of BABIES Kerry Fox, film maker Iain Cunningham, Internationa

(L-R) Secret Garden director and owner of BABIES Kerry Fox, film maker Iain Cunningham, International Forum for Wellbeing in Pregnancy founder Dr Raja Gangopadhyay and perinatal wellbeing expert and founder of MamaBabyBliss Justina Perry at the re-launch of The Secet Garden to include family nurture and wellbeing. Picture: DANNY LOO - Credit: Picture: DANNY LOO


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