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Miscarriage and bereavement
We take our responsibility seriously and recognise that in the sad circumstances of the death of a baby or miscarriage, future communications and contact could cause unintended hurt.
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If you have been affected by the death of a baby and want to speak to someone, the following charities offer advice, and can give support:
Tommy’s Pregnancy Line
Talk to a midwife free of charge on 0800 0147 800 or visit the Tommy's website.
SANDS Stillbirth & Neonatal Death Charity
Sands National Helpline on 020 7436 5881 or visit the SANDS website.
The Lullaby Trust - The Cot Death Charity
Helpline on 0808 802 6868 or visit The Lullaby Trust website.
The Baby Mailing Preference Service
The Baby Mailing Preference Service can help to reduce the number of other baby-related mailings you may receive from other companies you may have signed up to. This free service is both sympathetic and effective and you can contact them by telephoning 020 7291 3310 or visit their website.