NCT Abingdon welcomes every new parent. Our local groups, activities and events are run by volunteers. We help forge friendships and raise money for all of NCT's work, locally and nationally.
NCT Abingdon branch is your local parent support network, helping you become the parent you want to be. Our branch is led by volunteers and offer local parents and parents-to-be invaluable support, services and NCT events.
Bumps & Babies
Tuesday, 11.00 to 12.30 PM, St Michael's church room, St Michael's Avenue, OX14 1DR. A wonderful baby group for expectant parents and those with babies 0 to 6 months. Support with breastfeeding. £2 suggested donation. Residents parking only on Park Road.
Mother & Baby Yoga
A chance to stretch tired muscles and tone your pelvic floor while connecting with your baby and learning some new nursery rhymes. There is also time for drinks and a home made treat. Classes take place on Tuesdays during term time at the Northcourt Centre on Northcourt Road in Abingdon. £7.50 a class, with discounts available according to circumstances - please ask. The classes are suitable once you’ve had your 6-8 week postnatal check until your baby is confidently moving. For more information or to book a place please email Caroline at firstname.lastname@example.org
Baby Ramblers is an informal walking group for parents, aiming to protect positive mental health by bringing parents together to socialise, enjoy some gentle exercise and get some fresh air. Come rain or shine, we meet every Monday afternoon at 1.30pm and each walk takes in a cafe or pub for refreshments at the end. Please check the Abingdon NCT Facebook page for details of where to meet each week. No charge. Dogs welcome.
Join us on the third Friday of every month for Baby Bookworms. A very relaxed book club for parents and under 5s, we'll be reading some stories for the little ones, followed by a bit of book chat for grown ups.
February 21st - Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer
Meeting 10:30am at St Paul's Church in Culham.
Baby First Aid
Workshops run every other month in partnership with the Red Cross. Search under 'Courses & Workshops' for details of the next session and how to book.
Why contact your local branch?
Find a support network - NCT branches support you before, during and after your baby arrives. NCT volunteers offer you opportunities to meet up and make friends and share experience at coffee mornings, bumps and babies sessions and other support groups.
NCT volunteering opportunities - have fun helping with NCT branch activities, use your skills and support local parents and meet new people from your community.
Local NCT social and fundraising events - giving you the chance to meet other parents while supporting your local branch and the wider NCT.