Some useful websites and local resources/therapists:
https://www.sarawickham.com Sarah is a Doctor, Midwife, Author, Speaker and Researcher. Her website, articles, posts and books are brilliant; she basically reviews scientific studies and evidenced research and translates them into information that we can understand a lot easier.. I recommend everything she writes to all the couples I teach!
doula.org.uk/find-a-doula I would highly recommend having the help and support of a Birth and/or Postnatal Doula. You will find a handful serving parents in the Bury St Edmunds area, such as the lovely Helen at natalnurturing.com.
imuk.org.uk is the home of independent midwifery care, so if you are searching for an alternative to the NHS system, some one-to-one care, they really are the experts in normal birth and worth their weight in gold! For a local midwife Jo at www.suffolkmidwives.com comes highly recommended.
www.stedmundsbaby.co.uk - a huge range of fab info and ideas for parents in Bury St Edmunds and beyond including best restaurants, parks, shops to take your little-un, and links to the wonderful 'Mother Nurture Circle' which offers support for intuitive parenting such as baby wearing, breastfeeding, co-sleeping, etc. and a regular local meet-up.
http://www.gemmasyoga.co.uk Really recommend a bit of Yoga during pregnancy, its great for preparing your body for the birth, and Gemma runs lovely pregnancy and post-natal yoga classes in central Bury St Edmunds.
https://www.lupineliving.com Liz also runs some wonderful pregnancy, baby and post natal Yoga classes in Bury St Edmunds
http://www.awe-wonder.co.uk/ The lovely Kimberley at Awe & Wonder runs Baby Massage and Baby and Toddler Sensory Play classes in Bury St Edmunds - definitely worth a try with your baby, they come highly recommended by my clients.
http://www.myholisticharmony.co.uk Karen is qualified in Reflexology and is based in Bury St Edmunds, she works wonders with her hands and is experienced in treating many pregnancy ailments... oh, and it's really really relaxing too :-)
http://local.mumsnet.com/suffolk - similar to Netmums with lots of useful local info to explore including sections on things to do, local talk, meet ups and childcare info amongst others.
www.homebirth.org.uk - lots of info if you want to plan to have your baby at home in the UK or if you want to find out if homebirth is for you or not, includes some fab birth stories too
www.visit-burystedmunds.co.uk - lots of useful info on Bury St Edmunds, great if you are visiting and don't know the area.
www.babycalm.co.uk - BabyCalm helps new parents understand how to calm a crying baby ...their antenatal classes and postnatal baby classes turn crying babies and stressed parents into calmer babies and happier parents. Contact Better Birth & Baby for locally recommended teachers in Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
http://www.wsh.nhs.uk/Services-A-Z/Maternity/Maternity.aspx West Suffolk Hospital Maternity department. You can take a virtual tour of the maternity department on their website. The hospital also has a Maternity Voices Partnership where you can give feedback on their services, and a fabulous new website with loads of info.