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Mothering In Cheltenham and the Cotswolds.

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Episode 45 – Meet Danielle Seatter, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Back with another amazing MumBoss on the podcast today. Pre summer holidays I enjoyed a sunny morning in my garden chatting to Danielle Seatter who runs local business Cotswolds Creative Design. We chat briefly about business and the MumBoss juggle. But the bulk of this podcast is Dani and I talking openly about her experiences of parenting a child through a mental health condition. Dani's daughter Lauren has battled severe depression, a condition her parents didn't know she was suffering with until they were called in to school and teachers explained the problem when Lauren was just 15. Over time stress turned to depression and Lauren began self harming as a way of coping with the way that she was feeling. The family went under the care of child mental health services and Dani bravely recalls what must have been a very hard time for her and her family. It's important to note that though I don't speak to Lauren in the episode this recording has taken place with her full consent and encouragement (she is now 22.) So do listen in and let us know if it's of any help. Rate, review and subscribe and head over to Instagram to follow Dani in her creative pursuits. Or find out about her new businesses Cotswold Business Assistance and Eco-Able here.

-1 sSEP 17
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Episode 45 – Meet Danielle Seatter, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 44 Meet Heather Angell, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Happy September Mamans! So excited to be dipping my toe back in to the podcast pool! I don't have a whole new series lined up for you this term but I will be popping up here and there with some exciting new episodes and here's the first one! Download or tune in for this episode with MumBoss and business dream girl Heather Angell. Heather is a productivity and business coach who supports other women in her Focused and Fearless group. In this episode she talks briefly about her business but mainly we chat about her motherhood experiences of having a premature child and later realising she was a mother who NEEDED to work and unashamedly admits to finding it easier and often more fulfilling getting stuck into her business. This episode if a refreshing one for anyone out there who knows deep down that they are that kind of mother too but feels it's something they shouldn't say out loud and have some shame around it. You'll find your self in safe company with Heather and remember there is no judgement at CheltenhamMaman. Enjoy the listen. Tell us what you think. Rate, review and subscribe and if you'd like to know more about Heather be sure to visit her website, Instagram and Facebook. (Link to the book Heather mentions The Code of the Extraordinary Mind.)

-1 sSEP 10
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Episode 44 Meet Heather Angell, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Meet Me! CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast – In Collaboration with Maggie’s Cookbook – Recipes to Remember.

Oh guys so sorry that the podcast went AWOL but it's back with one last episode of Series 2. It's an unusual one and the very last in my six part collaboration with the team behind Recipes to Remember the locally produced cookbook with all profits going to Maggie's the cancer care charity. It's unusual because for the second time in CheltenhamMaman Good Mum bad mum history I'm the one being interviewed! As well as interviewing contributors to the incredible book I also gave my own recipe and today co-creator of the book Kelly James turns the table on me and asks me all about my recipe and the memories behind it. So enjoy the listen and if you feel compelled to snap up a copy of the cookbook please do! This is the link to buyhttps://maggiescookbook.com And series 3 will be back in the autumn! CMHQ xx

-1 sJUL 19
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Meet Me! CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast – In Collaboration with Maggie’s Cookbook – Recipes to Remember.

Episode 42, Meet Dr Dawn Harper, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Hey hey it’s podcast day! First up I’m sorry I missed last week’s episode but this week I’m back with a bang with the penultimate episode of my mini series in collaboration with the wonder team Kelly at Shadowplay Design and Natasha at Culpepper and Co on their incredible fundraising efforts for Maggie’s the Cancer Care charity, Maggie’s Cookbook; Recipes to Remember. Today I’m talking to the wonderful Stroud based media personality and local GP, Dr Dawn Harper. In this episode we chat about all of the incredible projects that Dawn feels so lucky to be involved with, her contribution to the cookbook, smoked mackerel paté and the memories of Pembrokeshire family holidays that this recipe evokes. Then she tells about her experience of Maggie’s Cancer Care charities as a support to her as a clinician and of course to her patients and why it’s so important that we all buy the book and support this incredible cause. So enjoy the listen and if you feel compelled to snap up a copy of the cookbook please do! This is the link to buy https://maggiescookbook.com and this is the link to find out more about Maggie’s in general https://www.maggiescentres.org Finally to grab a copy of Dr Dawn’s latest book ‘Live Well to 101’ here. And of course be sure to give the creators of the book Kelly (https://www.instagram.com/shadowplay_design/) and Tash (https://www.instagram.com/culpepper_co/) a follow on their Instagrams. CMHQ x

-1 sJUN 25
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Episode 42, Meet Dr Dawn Harper, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 41 – The Healthy Family Series, Early Years – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Hey hey it’s podcast day! So part 3 of my series of podcasts all created under the CM Good Mum Bad Mum header but created in paid partnerships with Public Health Gloucestershire and in collaboration with Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Foundation Trust. In these monthly episodes we’ve been focusing on a key section of your journey as a parent and helping you navigate the minefield that is health. I’ve been talking to a range of experienced health care professionals about how we can best nurture our little (and not so little ones) bodies and minds leaving them fit to live happy and healthy lives. We’ve already covered pregnancy and the fourth trimester and today it;s all about the early years where our babies develop into busy toddler. Today we talk about many issues including attachment parenting, weaning, how to care for a poorly child and the really important topic that is vaccination. In part three my guests include a local GP (Dr Jeremy Welch) , a Children’s Nursery Nurse (Jane Horwood) and a Health Visitor with a specialism in attachment, positive touch and positive parenting (Elizabeth Browne) and between us we have a wealth of experience parenting as Mums and Dads so I really hope you find this episode helpful and as always ask you to rate, review and subscribe and perhaps share the link with any other mums you know are parenting at a similar stage. These messages of public health are so important to maintain the happy and healthy community most of us are lucky enough to live in. This episode is packed and it’s a long one so I’ll stop nattering to you and get nattering the professionals. Here’s some useful links that we refer to in the episode: Health Visiting service You can find out lots of information about your local Health Visiting services, the handy guides mentioned in the podcast, Baby Hubs and the contact details for your Health Visiting Team herewww.glos-care.nhs.uk/our-services/children-young-people/health-visiting GPs, dentists, pharmacies, A&E and other urgent care services You can find your closest GP, dentist, pharmacy, A&E and urgent care centre on the NHS websitewww.nhs.uk Nurseries, childminders and other early years settings You can find where your nearest early years settings are by searching Gloucestershire’s Family Information Servicewww.glosfamiliesdirectory.org.uk If you’re worried about your child’s health You can call your GP or NHS 111, visit a local pharmacy or read the information available on the NHS websitewww.nhs.uk

-1 sJUN 9
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Episode 41 – The Healthy Family Series, Early Years – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 40 – The Eve Appeal Go Red Trek – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Another episode, another hugely important topic. This week's chat is a paid collaboration with The Eve Appeal, the the only UK national charity raising awareness and funding research into the five gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal. Join me as I chat to Dr Tracie Miles about the work of The Eve Appeal, the five cancers mentioned above and we really get stuck into how you can recognise the symptoms of them and ensure they are swiftly treated. This episode is taboo free so expect plenty of chat about vaginas, discharge, bleeding - the lot - it's time we all got over any embarrassment about conditions of this type. The other main driver for this episode is to let you all know about the Go Red Trek which is taking place on our Cotswold doorstep later this year. Should you wish to join Tracie, myself and the Cheltenham Papa here is all the information you need to know. Date: 28thSeptember Location: meeting in Bourton-on-the-Water and trekking 25km from that point through The Cotswolds 'JoinThe Eve Appeal on 28thSeptemberastheyGo Red and trek 25km through the stunning Cotswolds to mark the end of Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month.Make every mile count andhelp to raise vital funds that can protect the 21,000 womenwho are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer every year. Register yourself today or sign up as a team*by visitingeveappeal.org.uk/trektoday!' If for whatever reason you can't join the trek on the day but would still love to support this fantastic cause then here's a cheeky link to my sponsorship page. It doesn't really matter how the money finds it's way to the charity - as long as it gets there. Enjoy the listen and thanks for helping us spread the word. CMHQ x

-1 sJUN 4
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Episode 40 – The Eve Appeal Go Red Trek – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 39 – Meet Laura Duggal, CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

This week my podcast guest is a lady that I met really on in my CheltenhamMaman career and who has played a pivotal part in helping me turn the community that I accidentally created into a business that dare I say is thriving. Laura Duggal is a career coach with particular experience in supporting women and more often than not Mums to find their professional way in what can be a really overwhelming world. I had six weeks of coaching with Laura back when I was really struggling to keep up and needed help deciding what was important and what wasn’t. - I don’t think I’d be where I am today without that help. Laura and have a brilliant chat in her stunning, light kitchen and explore the world of career coaching and how she helps women and then we get stuck into the usual Good Mum Bad Mum questions to which she gives some brilliant and completely unique answers. Hope you enjoy the chat! Should you want to find out more about Laura you can visit her website or follow her on Instagram or Facebook.

-1 sMAY 28
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Episode 39 – Meet Laura Duggal, CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 38 – Meet Kate Pennell – Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

With Maggie's Cookbook, Recipes to Remember. I’ve got a lovely short and sweet podcast today with someone I’d never come across but was introduced to by Kelly and Natasha the masterminds behind the charity cookbook Recipes to Remember that I hope you are now all snapping up your copy of copies of! I trekked into the deepest Cotswolds and knocked on the door for today’s guest not really knowing too much about her other than she’s keen on one of my favourite puddings, a creme brûlée and when I stepped into her kitchen I realised this guest wasn’t just any old cook - not many of us have industrsial catering kitchens in our own homes! Today’s interview is with Kate Pennell, private chef all over the Cotswolds and one time personal chef to Prince Charles. We had a lovely chat over a coffee about her relationship with cooking, why creme brûlée was the recipe she didn’t hesitate to contribute to the book when asked and more. You can follow Kate on Instagram and find out more about her at her website. Just as a reminder to you all If you're not sure what Maggie's do and why the £20 price tag on the cookbook is worth every single penny..... well quite simply they support anyone affected by cancer. So at Maggie's you can talk to and get support from a range of professionals. Their 22 centres are staffed by Cancer Support Specialists, Benefits Advisors, Nutritionists, therapists and Psychologists, all providing support in whichever way best suits you. The cookbook has been lovingly produced by Natasha Willmore of Culpepper and Co and Kelly and Phil James of Shadowplay Design - all of whom are angels and should be profusely thanked for giving up their time and energy to support such a fantastic cause. So please support them by purchasing your copy of the book today. CMHQ x

-1 sMAY 21
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Episode 38 – Meet Kate Pennell – Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 37 – The Healthy Family Series – The Fourth Trimester

Hey hey it's podcast day and I'm delighted today to introduce the second episode in my new 7 part series in collaboration with One Gloucestershire - linking in with our local NHS services to help us all be healthy parents raising healthy children. Over the next few months these special episodes will take us through key stages in parenthood and we're starting with the very first part of most of our journeys - those nine months of pregnancy. In this episode I speak to Gloucestershire based midwife Michelle Sterry (specialising in health lifestyles), Emma Cronin-Preece (Infant Feeding Lead Specialist Health Visitor) and Sarah Duffy (Perinatal mental health Health Visitor.) We'd absolutely love to know what you think and if you are pregnant or have a new baby if you find the episode helpful? Apologies for the sound quality in parts - my guests are all busy health professionals and I caught them in their offices in Gloucester so there is some background noise! Below please find links and...

-1 sMAY 14
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Episode 37 – The Healthy Family Series – The Fourth Trimester

Episode 36 – Meet Sophie Jones-Cooper, My Stylish Friend, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Hey hey it's podcast day and today I'm excited to sit down for a lovely coffee and a natter with Sophie Jones-Cooper, our regular style columnist at CheltenhamMaman and also MumBoss at My Stylish Friend. Sophie is a busy mum of three from the Cotswold town of Northleach and we chatted about her extensive career history in fashion journalism and how she pivoted what she was doing to work around her family. You can follow Sophie's onward journey on Instagram. So grab a cuppa or head out for a walk with your headphones and enjoy this episode. Thanks always for your subscribe, rate and review. CMHQ x

-1 sAPR 30
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Episode 36 – Meet Sophie Jones-Cooper, My Stylish Friend, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Latest Episodes

Episode 45 – Meet Danielle Seatter, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Back with another amazing MumBoss on the podcast today. Pre summer holidays I enjoyed a sunny morning in my garden chatting to Danielle Seatter who runs local business Cotswolds Creative Design. We chat briefly about business and the MumBoss juggle. But the bulk of this podcast is Dani and I talking openly about her experiences of parenting a child through a mental health condition. Dani's daughter Lauren has battled severe depression, a condition her parents didn't know she was suffering with until they were called in to school and teachers explained the problem when Lauren was just 15. Over time stress turned to depression and Lauren began self harming as a way of coping with the way that she was feeling. The family went under the care of child mental health services and Dani bravely recalls what must have been a very hard time for her and her family. It's important to note that though I don't speak to Lauren in the episode this recording has taken place with her full consent and encouragement (she is now 22.) So do listen in and let us know if it's of any help. Rate, review and subscribe and head over to Instagram to follow Dani in her creative pursuits. Or find out about her new businesses Cotswold Business Assistance and Eco-Able here.

-1 sSEP 17
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Episode 45 – Meet Danielle Seatter, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 44 Meet Heather Angell, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Happy September Mamans! So excited to be dipping my toe back in to the podcast pool! I don't have a whole new series lined up for you this term but I will be popping up here and there with some exciting new episodes and here's the first one! Download or tune in for this episode with MumBoss and business dream girl Heather Angell. Heather is a productivity and business coach who supports other women in her Focused and Fearless group. In this episode she talks briefly about her business but mainly we chat about her motherhood experiences of having a premature child and later realising she was a mother who NEEDED to work and unashamedly admits to finding it easier and often more fulfilling getting stuck into her business. This episode if a refreshing one for anyone out there who knows deep down that they are that kind of mother too but feels it's something they shouldn't say out loud and have some shame around it. You'll find your self in safe company with Heather and remember there is no judgement at CheltenhamMaman. Enjoy the listen. Tell us what you think. Rate, review and subscribe and if you'd like to know more about Heather be sure to visit her website, Instagram and Facebook. (Link to the book Heather mentions The Code of the Extraordinary Mind.)

-1 sSEP 10
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Episode 44 Meet Heather Angell, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Meet Me! CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast – In Collaboration with Maggie’s Cookbook – Recipes to Remember.

Oh guys so sorry that the podcast went AWOL but it's back with one last episode of Series 2. It's an unusual one and the very last in my six part collaboration with the team behind Recipes to Remember the locally produced cookbook with all profits going to Maggie's the cancer care charity. It's unusual because for the second time in CheltenhamMaman Good Mum bad mum history I'm the one being interviewed! As well as interviewing contributors to the incredible book I also gave my own recipe and today co-creator of the book Kelly James turns the table on me and asks me all about my recipe and the memories behind it. So enjoy the listen and if you feel compelled to snap up a copy of the cookbook please do! This is the link to buyhttps://maggiescookbook.com And series 3 will be back in the autumn! CMHQ xx

-1 sJUL 19
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Meet Me! CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast – In Collaboration with Maggie’s Cookbook – Recipes to Remember.

Episode 42, Meet Dr Dawn Harper, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Hey hey it’s podcast day! First up I’m sorry I missed last week’s episode but this week I’m back with a bang with the penultimate episode of my mini series in collaboration with the wonder team Kelly at Shadowplay Design and Natasha at Culpepper and Co on their incredible fundraising efforts for Maggie’s the Cancer Care charity, Maggie’s Cookbook; Recipes to Remember. Today I’m talking to the wonderful Stroud based media personality and local GP, Dr Dawn Harper. In this episode we chat about all of the incredible projects that Dawn feels so lucky to be involved with, her contribution to the cookbook, smoked mackerel paté and the memories of Pembrokeshire family holidays that this recipe evokes. Then she tells about her experience of Maggie’s Cancer Care charities as a support to her as a clinician and of course to her patients and why it’s so important that we all buy the book and support this incredible cause. So enjoy the listen and if you feel compelled to snap up a copy of the cookbook please do! This is the link to buy https://maggiescookbook.com and this is the link to find out more about Maggie’s in general https://www.maggiescentres.org Finally to grab a copy of Dr Dawn’s latest book ‘Live Well to 101’ here. And of course be sure to give the creators of the book Kelly (https://www.instagram.com/shadowplay_design/) and Tash (https://www.instagram.com/culpepper_co/) a follow on their Instagrams. CMHQ x

-1 sJUN 25
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Episode 42, Meet Dr Dawn Harper, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 41 – The Healthy Family Series, Early Years – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Hey hey it’s podcast day! So part 3 of my series of podcasts all created under the CM Good Mum Bad Mum header but created in paid partnerships with Public Health Gloucestershire and in collaboration with Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group and NHS Foundation Trust. In these monthly episodes we’ve been focusing on a key section of your journey as a parent and helping you navigate the minefield that is health. I’ve been talking to a range of experienced health care professionals about how we can best nurture our little (and not so little ones) bodies and minds leaving them fit to live happy and healthy lives. We’ve already covered pregnancy and the fourth trimester and today it;s all about the early years where our babies develop into busy toddler. Today we talk about many issues including attachment parenting, weaning, how to care for a poorly child and the really important topic that is vaccination. In part three my guests include a local GP (Dr Jeremy Welch) , a Children’s Nursery Nurse (Jane Horwood) and a Health Visitor with a specialism in attachment, positive touch and positive parenting (Elizabeth Browne) and between us we have a wealth of experience parenting as Mums and Dads so I really hope you find this episode helpful and as always ask you to rate, review and subscribe and perhaps share the link with any other mums you know are parenting at a similar stage. These messages of public health are so important to maintain the happy and healthy community most of us are lucky enough to live in. This episode is packed and it’s a long one so I’ll stop nattering to you and get nattering the professionals. Here’s some useful links that we refer to in the episode: Health Visiting service You can find out lots of information about your local Health Visiting services, the handy guides mentioned in the podcast, Baby Hubs and the contact details for your Health Visiting Team herewww.glos-care.nhs.uk/our-services/children-young-people/health-visiting GPs, dentists, pharmacies, A&E and other urgent care services You can find your closest GP, dentist, pharmacy, A&E and urgent care centre on the NHS websitewww.nhs.uk Nurseries, childminders and other early years settings You can find where your nearest early years settings are by searching Gloucestershire’s Family Information Servicewww.glosfamiliesdirectory.org.uk If you’re worried about your child’s health You can call your GP or NHS 111, visit a local pharmacy or read the information available on the NHS websitewww.nhs.uk

-1 sJUN 9
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Episode 41 – The Healthy Family Series, Early Years – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 40 – The Eve Appeal Go Red Trek – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Another episode, another hugely important topic. This week's chat is a paid collaboration with The Eve Appeal, the the only UK national charity raising awareness and funding research into the five gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal. Join me as I chat to Dr Tracie Miles about the work of The Eve Appeal, the five cancers mentioned above and we really get stuck into how you can recognise the symptoms of them and ensure they are swiftly treated. This episode is taboo free so expect plenty of chat about vaginas, discharge, bleeding - the lot - it's time we all got over any embarrassment about conditions of this type. The other main driver for this episode is to let you all know about the Go Red Trek which is taking place on our Cotswold doorstep later this year. Should you wish to join Tracie, myself and the Cheltenham Papa here is all the information you need to know. Date: 28thSeptember Location: meeting in Bourton-on-the-Water and trekking 25km from that point through The Cotswolds 'JoinThe Eve Appeal on 28thSeptemberastheyGo Red and trek 25km through the stunning Cotswolds to mark the end of Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month.Make every mile count andhelp to raise vital funds that can protect the 21,000 womenwho are diagnosed with a gynaecological cancer every year. Register yourself today or sign up as a team*by visitingeveappeal.org.uk/trektoday!' If for whatever reason you can't join the trek on the day but would still love to support this fantastic cause then here's a cheeky link to my sponsorship page. It doesn't really matter how the money finds it's way to the charity - as long as it gets there. Enjoy the listen and thanks for helping us spread the word. CMHQ x

-1 sJUN 4
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Episode 40 – The Eve Appeal Go Red Trek – CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 39 – Meet Laura Duggal, CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

This week my podcast guest is a lady that I met really on in my CheltenhamMaman career and who has played a pivotal part in helping me turn the community that I accidentally created into a business that dare I say is thriving. Laura Duggal is a career coach with particular experience in supporting women and more often than not Mums to find their professional way in what can be a really overwhelming world. I had six weeks of coaching with Laura back when I was really struggling to keep up and needed help deciding what was important and what wasn’t. - I don’t think I’d be where I am today without that help. Laura and have a brilliant chat in her stunning, light kitchen and explore the world of career coaching and how she helps women and then we get stuck into the usual Good Mum Bad Mum questions to which she gives some brilliant and completely unique answers. Hope you enjoy the chat! Should you want to find out more about Laura you can visit her website or follow her on Instagram or Facebook.

-1 sMAY 28
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Episode 39 – Meet Laura Duggal, CheltenhamMaman Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 38 – Meet Kate Pennell – Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

With Maggie's Cookbook, Recipes to Remember. I’ve got a lovely short and sweet podcast today with someone I’d never come across but was introduced to by Kelly and Natasha the masterminds behind the charity cookbook Recipes to Remember that I hope you are now all snapping up your copy of copies of! I trekked into the deepest Cotswolds and knocked on the door for today’s guest not really knowing too much about her other than she’s keen on one of my favourite puddings, a creme brûlée and when I stepped into her kitchen I realised this guest wasn’t just any old cook - not many of us have industrsial catering kitchens in our own homes! Today’s interview is with Kate Pennell, private chef all over the Cotswolds and one time personal chef to Prince Charles. We had a lovely chat over a coffee about her relationship with cooking, why creme brûlée was the recipe she didn’t hesitate to contribute to the book when asked and more. You can follow Kate on Instagram and find out more about her at her website. Just as a reminder to you all If you're not sure what Maggie's do and why the £20 price tag on the cookbook is worth every single penny..... well quite simply they support anyone affected by cancer. So at Maggie's you can talk to and get support from a range of professionals. Their 22 centres are staffed by Cancer Support Specialists, Benefits Advisors, Nutritionists, therapists and Psychologists, all providing support in whichever way best suits you. The cookbook has been lovingly produced by Natasha Willmore of Culpepper and Co and Kelly and Phil James of Shadowplay Design - all of whom are angels and should be profusely thanked for giving up their time and energy to support such a fantastic cause. So please support them by purchasing your copy of the book today. CMHQ x

-1 sMAY 21
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Episode 38 – Meet Kate Pennell – Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 37 – The Healthy Family Series – The Fourth Trimester

Hey hey it's podcast day and I'm delighted today to introduce the second episode in my new 7 part series in collaboration with One Gloucestershire - linking in with our local NHS services to help us all be healthy parents raising healthy children. Over the next few months these special episodes will take us through key stages in parenthood and we're starting with the very first part of most of our journeys - those nine months of pregnancy. In this episode I speak to Gloucestershire based midwife Michelle Sterry (specialising in health lifestyles), Emma Cronin-Preece (Infant Feeding Lead Specialist Health Visitor) and Sarah Duffy (Perinatal mental health Health Visitor.) We'd absolutely love to know what you think and if you are pregnant or have a new baby if you find the episode helpful? Apologies for the sound quality in parts - my guests are all busy health professionals and I caught them in their offices in Gloucester so there is some background noise! Below please find links and...

-1 sMAY 14
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Episode 37 – The Healthy Family Series – The Fourth Trimester

Episode 36 – Meet Sophie Jones-Cooper, My Stylish Friend, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Hey hey it's podcast day and today I'm excited to sit down for a lovely coffee and a natter with Sophie Jones-Cooper, our regular style columnist at CheltenhamMaman and also MumBoss at My Stylish Friend. Sophie is a busy mum of three from the Cotswold town of Northleach and we chatted about her extensive career history in fashion journalism and how she pivoted what she was doing to work around her family. You can follow Sophie's onward journey on Instagram. So grab a cuppa or head out for a walk with your headphones and enjoy this episode. Thanks always for your subscribe, rate and review. CMHQ x

-1 sAPR 30
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Episode 36 – Meet Sophie Jones-Cooper, My Stylish Friend, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast
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