A selfie of Jessica, a white woman with dark hair, with her partner, a white man with dark and silver hair, and their son, a toddler with blond hair wearing a grey long-sleeved top. Jessica's partner is holding their son, who rests his right hand on his Dad's shoulder. They are all smiling at the camera, and look very happy.

Jessica Nominated for Chwarae Teg Award

  We are absolutely delighted that our Recurrent Miscarriage Campaign Lead, Jessica Evans, is a finalist at this year’s Chwarae Teg Womenspire awards, shortlisted in the Community Campion category. Jessica has campaigned tirelessly for families experiencing the heartbreak of miscarriage, producing the ‘Making the Case for Better Miscarriage Care in Wales’ report, and liaising with health boards and charities to improve care and support for patients across Wales. We are incredibly proud of Jessica for the work she has done whilst experiencing her own losses. The Womenspire awards take place online on Thursday 30 September. We’re sure you’ll all join…

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Baby Loss Debated in The Senedd

Today marks the start of Baby Loss Awareness Week. We’d like to say a huge thank you to all the AMs who took part in the Pregnancy and Baby Loss debate in The Senedd, last Wednesday. Also to Lynne Neagle, Adam Price, and David Rees AMs, for putting the topic forward for debate. Special thanks to Lynne Neagle, and Caroline Jones AMs for raising the issues that exist with miscarriage care in Wales, and to all the AMs who referenced the problems raised in our report. Caroline Jones urged Health Minister Vaughan Gething to support the recommendations made in our…

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