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Lynn Balmforth

Information Specialist

NSPCC

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Email: l***@***.uk

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NSPCC

Weston House 42 Curtain Road

London, London EC2A 3NH

United Kingdom

Company Description

The NSPCC is the leading children's charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. Using voluntary donations, which make up more than 90 per cent of our funding, we help children who've been abused to rebuild their lives, we protect ch ... more

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Employment History

Information Officer and Librarian

National Childbirth Trust

Web References (25 Total References)


De Partu - History of Childbirth Research GroupDe Partu | History of Childbirth Research Group

departu.org.uk [cached]

Firstly, because these wombs are not always brightly coloured - in fact, one of the 1960s patterns that was kindly supplied to me by Lynn Balmforth, the librarian of the National Childbirth Trust, makes it explicit that these should be made in neutral, non-scary, colours, to make the effect more 'acceptable'.


De Partu - History of Childbirth Research GroupDe Partu | History of Childbirth Research Group

departu.org.uk [cached]

Firstly, because these wombs are not always brightly coloured - in fact, one of the 1960s patterns that was kindly supplied to me by Lynn Balmforth, the librarian of the National Childbirth Trust, makes it explicit that these should be made in neutral, non-scary, colours, to make the effect more 'acceptable'.


Firstly, because these wombs are not ...

www.departu.org.uk [cached]

Firstly, because these wombs are not always brightly coloured - in fact, one of the 1960s patterns that was kindly supplied to me by Lynn Balmforth, the librarian of the National Childbirth Trust, makes it explicit that these should be made in neutral, non-scary, colours, to make the effect more 'acceptable'.


Knit your own womb? - De PartuDe Partu

departu.org.uk [cached]

Firstly, because these wombs are not always brightly coloured - in fact, one of the 1960s patterns that was kindly supplied to me by Lynn Balmforth, the librarian of the National Childbirth Trust, makes it explicit that these should be made in neutral, non-scary, colours, to make the effect more 'acceptable'.


Knit your own womb? - De PartuDe Partu

departu.org.uk [cached]

Firstly, because these wombs are not always brightly coloured - in fact, one of the 1960s patterns that was kindly supplied to me by Lynn Balmforth, the librarian of the National Childbirth Trust, makes it explicit that these should be made in neutral, non-scary, colours, to make the effect more 'acceptable'.

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