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Popular parenting writer to give talk in aid of maternal mental health charity

PUBLISHED: 14:45 13 March 2018 | UPDATED: 14:45 13 March 2018

Naomi Farrow who started the charity Get Me Out of The Four Walls for mums who sufer with post-natal depression.   Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Naomi Farrow who started the charity Get Me Out of The Four Walls for mums who sufer with post-natal depression. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE

Archant Norfolk 2016

A talk by popular parenting writer and vlogger encouraging flexible working will raise funds for a maternal mental health charity.

Anna Whitehouse, who founded the @mother-pukka blog, will be speaking at The Forum in Norwich on Wednesday April 25 from 7.15pm.

The event has been organised by We Got This - an events business for Norfolk mums.

Some 10pc of profits from the talk will go towards Get Me Out of The Four Walls.

The charity was formed in 2015 by Norfolk mum Naomi Farrow in a bid to mums with post-natal depression and maternal mental health issues.

Ms Whitehouse will speak about her #flexappeal campaign, which fights for a better work-life balance for everybody.

The We Got This talk aims to get Norwich thinking about more flexible working in general.

Early bird tickets are £16.00, general admission tickets cost £17.50 (+ £1.50 transaction fee).

Visit www.wegotthisco.com/new-events/norwichmeetmotherpukka to book tickets.

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