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SpoonFed Talks: Let's talk about Returning to Work & Mum Guilt!

  • The Turks Head WInchester Room, 28 Winchester Road TW1 1LF United Kingdom (map)
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We are really excited to have Nicola Rowley, founder of Working Mum Association (WMA) which she set up in 2017 following her experiences as a new working mum. In a short time WMA has garnered over 60k likes on Facebook and has grown into a strong community of women supporting women. 

Nicola will cover:

  • The importance of getting support when returning to work

  • Why every company should have working mum mentor groups

  • How to harness the Mummy Guilt to help you get to where you truly want to be

Event information:

  • The talk will last around an hour with time for Q&A. Feel free to stay on afterwards for lunch at the pub next door.

  • it’s all ground floor, with plenty of space for pushchairs, & paid parking on surrounding roads

  • Will provide soft flooring for babies and toys for babies & toddlers

  • A small crèche will operate at the back of the room with nannies from the Bubble Babysitting App- creche is £5 for the duration of the talk- select the creche ticket option if you want to include this or can also buy separately if you want to add on to a ticket you have already bought. Creche bookings close on Tuesday 14th May

  • Tickets £12 per adult, kids free

Extra bonus!

We have the amazing Naomi Johns offering free mini back and neck rubs to help you destress!

More About our amazing speaker

Nicola originally started out as a journalist before becoming Reporter / Newsreader on Radio 1 reading the news for the likes of Chris Moyles and Sara Cox. She then worked in television as a Producer / Reporter, and moved into communications working on many high-profile launch events.

Nicola began The Working Mum Association in July 2017 after recognising the need for working mums to have additional support, encouragement and inspiration. The global community of 60,000+ women is designed to help mums find their own version of balance so they can say I’m H.A.P.P.Y (Having a Perfectly Positive Year) and know they are not alone.

Alongside the WMA, Nicola also runs her own successful photography business specialising in weddings and commercial assignments. She now works as a Public Speaker and PR Strategist, offering female entrepreneurs the tools to be able to get themselves visible. Along the way, she has also written two award-winning children’s books!

Learn more about her and the Working Mum Association here

Learn more about her books here

Tickets: £12 per adult (kids free)

Crèche £5 per child

Bring a grandparent along- £16 for both of you (kids free)