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#pelvicroar update

Hello to all our new subscribers. It has been a very busy week since Elaine's wonderful video was featured on the BBC news page, and they linked through to our site. We are delighted that you have come to visit us and subscribe! The three of us are all busy in our other lives - pelvic health physiotherapy, children (8 between us) and a variety of other things leaves us with very little spare time. However, we are all very passionate about #pelvicroar and the opportunity to bring together the amazing individuals and organisations in the field of pelvic health. Please bear with us if we do not respond to your emails or queries as quickly as we would like to - we are really keen to have you on board! Our website was designed by my son, Adam, who is 14 and he is off on a school trip for the next five days so there will be no website updates until he gets back! The next big event as far as we are concerned is World Continence Week, running from the 18th to the 24th of June. We are working with Savantini to run a social media campaign that we want everyone to join in with so do follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to keep up with our posts...

Bye for now ... Myra

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