I was fascinated by pregnancy and birth as an teenager but it wasn’t until my third daughter started nursery, that I was able train to become a midwife. I graduated from Bournemouth University in 2003 and have been a caseload midwife ever since, both in the NHS and the independent sector.

In 2013,  I launched Neighbourhood Midwives along with 3 midwifery colleagues, working as the organisations’ Clinical Co-ordinator.   Throughout my time at Neighbourhood Midwives, I kept a clinical aspect to my role and continued to provide midwifery care to a small caseload of women and tongue tie division in my weekly Oxfordshire clinic. 

I returned to Independent Practice in January 2019 and now provide full midwifery care to women in the Hampshire area.  

I am still as passionate about midwifery as ever and it is my great privilege to share the journey through pregnancy, birth and into parenthood with the women and families I care for.  I have experience in VBAC (sometimes after several caesarean sections), HBAC, homebirth,  waterbirth, twins (both at home and in hospital) and breech birth.  I have also cared for many women with complex medical and emotional needs.


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