Wee Blether is a parent-led coffee group for those with babies (or bumps) in the west end of Glasgow!
About Wee Blether
||Grassroots Cafe Woodlands Road, Glasgow West End G3 6UR
||Facebook information can be found here
If you’re pregnant or have a baby then you are welcome to come along! We’ll have drinks and cakes and a good natter.
The group will pride itself on being open and inclusive. That means whoever you are, however you feed your baby, however much sleep you’ve had, whether you have managed to brush your hair or not... you’re welcome.
It is free to come but you might want to bring some cash for your drinks.
The group will run on every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 10.00-11.30.
The first group meet will be on 4th September 2018.
It will be held at Grassroots Cafe, 20 Woodlands Road, G3 6UR.
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