Another London Independent Midwife who works with us
Mama La Scala and the Independent Midwives
Cabaret Diva Lili La Scala blogs about her experience with our midwives Mal & Jacqui and the threat to Independent Midwifery
Save Independent Midwifery Campaign
Independent Midwives Association
AIMS - Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services
Campaigning organisation providing information and support
Association of Radical Midwives
The Fertility Support Company
Provides comprehensive healthcare for men and women wishing to become parents.
Home Birth Reference Site
Caesarean Birth VBAC Information
The VBAC Pages
Vaginal Birth After Caesarean advice and information
NCT - National Childbirth Trust
Maternity services statistics
Active Birth Centre
The Breastfeeding Network
La Leche League Great Britain
The Good Birth Company
Birthing pool suppliers
Christine Hall is an acupuncturist and hypnobirthing instructor who has been involved in birth and womens health for 25 years, her practice is based in South London.
Complementary therapy treatments and classes for pregnant and postnatal mums. Based in South West London
Midwifery Today - Pregnancy, Birth, Homebirth and Midwife Information
One Mother , One Midwife Campaign
James Baby Swim
Baby swimming classes held in Guy's Hospital pool
Meg Taylor's Website
Meg and Elke have worked together translating the German poems of Hilde Domin which they have published here. Meg has worked as a midwife and therapist and has had numerous midwifery related articles published.
Fran Monks, Photographer
Fran is a talented London based photographer. Her portrait photos of infants and families are superb and has kindly allowed us to include some of her images on this site.
How to Make a Difference - Become a Midwife
Interview with Elke on Fran Monks' inspiring 'How to Make a Difference' website.
Meg Taylor's Midwifery Writings
A collection of Meg Taylor's essays and pieces drawn from her experience as midwife and psychotherapist.
Elke and car
Our Midwife Elke and her transport featured in "today tomorrow", the magazine for Toyota owners, Winter 2010
Save Leyton Marsh
A favourite place for walking ands unwinding is being ruined...