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WERE YOU BORN IN ROTHERHAM?

28 Apr 2015 17:14:39
i was born in rotherham


If you or a family member were born at Rotherham Hospital or Doncaster Gate, or one of Rotherham’s community midwives helped deliver you or your baby at home, why not let us know how you are doing?

Rotherham’s midwives are keen to see how their babies have grown up. Just post a picture of you as a baby and of you now, on the new ‘I was born in Rotherham’ Facebook page and let them see how much you have grown.

Midwife of 30 years, Trudy Hutson, said: “We develop a really good relationship with our families and care for them at the most precious time of their lives – when they have their babies.

“We often get cards and letters with photographs and it is wonderful to see how quickly they grow, but it would be lovely to see some of our mums and their babies now they are grown up.”

Get involved by posting on the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/iwasborninRotherham

In celebration of International Day of the Midwife
 
 

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