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The GPIFN Team welcome constructive suggestions for additions or updates to the GPIFN website, via our dedicated Website Feedback page. The website will be updated periodically at which point additions or changes will be considered.

If you would like to make contact with the GPIFN Administration regarding matters unrelated to the website, or if you require a response to comments about the website please use the form below.  Admin will only respond to messages relating to the GPIFN website or to the activities of the GP Infant Feeding Network.


By using the form below or emailing the GPIFN email address you are opting into communication with GPIFN. We will store the email address and content of the email you send for the purposes of communicating with you and addressing your query. These details will not be stored in a contact list and you will not receive any communication from GPIFN other than a response to your query as a result of using this contact form. If you wish to request to become an ongoing contact of GPIFN please include this in your message and we will subsequently make contact with you to obtain full consent. If you wish to unsubscribe from communication with GPIFN at any point, please email unsubscribe@gpifn.org.uk with the subject heading ‘unsubscribe’.

Please do not use the form below to request medical advice for individuals. Members of the public in need of medical advice or help with infant feeding issues should consult their own healthcare professionals as appropriate (for example their Midwife, Health Visitor, Practice Nurse or GP), call NHS 111 or search the NHS Choices Website which has a number of pages with advice on infant feeding issues and breastfeeding support. The National Breastfeeding Helpline (0300 100 0212) is open every day of the year from 9:30am to 9:30pm.

Messages sent to the GPIFN Administration will be monitored regularly but please expect at least 7 days for a response.  Either email contact@gpifn.org.uk or submit a message via the form below.


Published April 2017, Updated May 24th 2018