Home is where the heart is

#HomeBirthJustHappened home is where the heart is, bring a new life into a beautiful family, just where they belong @RSCH_Maternity @RoyalSurrey


Hale Lodge March 2018

As I embark on writing down my birthing story I stop and look down at the most precious and beautiful sight – my newborn baby girl.

The beginning seems a crazy place to start – to imagine all the steps that led to the ‘welcome to the world’ moment!

I envisioned a Homebirth to be calm, relaxed and empowering and it proved to be that and sooooo much more.

‘Breathe in inspiration and trust yourself, the answer is yes you can’ Continue reading

Bumps, Birth and Babies Community Event

Members of the Surrey Hills Homebirth team will be in attendance at this local pregnancy, birth and parenting event. Pop along to have a chat with us if you would like to learn more about your birth place choices or are just curious to learn more about our #Homebirth service.

Our colleagues from the Royal Surrey Maternity Department will also be in attendance if the Midwifery Led Unit (MLU) or Obstetric Unit (Delivery Suite) are more your cup of tea.

There will also be the opportunity to learn more about Surrey Heartlands’ plans to transform local maternity services implement services in line with the recommendations of #BetterBirths

Get Involved in Maternity Transformation

Would you like to be involved in planning future Maternity services? Have you heard of Better Births? How can we make it easier for you to help shape future maternity services?

Surrey Heartlands (The Royal Surrey County, St Peters and Epsom and St Helier) would like to ascertain how much you know about maternity transformation, what involvement you would like in the transformation of our local maternity services and how we can make that involvement accessible to all.

If you would like to help please complete this short survey, it shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes,


The deadline for replies is Wednesday 14th March!