Infant Feeding Survey

Families with children aged under three are invited to share their experiences of infant feeding services in Cheshire West and Chester.

The Cheshire West Infant Feeding survey is open until 15 February and results will be used to understand how well services are working and where improvements might be needed.

Businesses are invited to share this survey with staff, customers or contacts who may be eligible to take part to help ensure children and families in the borough get the best start in life.

It is open to all families who have had a baby in the past three years and who have accessed services in the borough before, during and after the birth of their baby.

This includes families who have breastfed, those whose babies have received breastmilk, those whose babies have not received breastmilk and those who have not breastfed.

Anyone taking part in the survey will also have chance to enter a draw to win one of 12 Love2Shop vouchers.

The survey has been developed by Cheshire West and Chester Council, Maternity Voices Chester, Maternity Voices Central Cheshire, Bosom Buddies, voluntary groups and the NHS.

To take part visit: www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/infantfeedingsurvey

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