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An appeal on behalf of THE MOTHERCRAFT TRAINING
The Mothercraft Training Society was founded in 1918 by the late Sir Truby King , who came over from New Zealand at the request of a committee, of which the late Lord Plunket was chairman. He, as Governor-General of New Zealand, and Lady Plunket had had opportunities of seeing what Dr. King's beliefs were doing for the mothers and children of that Dominion.
The M.T.S. Headquarters are at
Highgate, and there are centres at Earl's Court, Kingstqn-on-Thames, Cardiff, Newport, Cambridge, Brighton, and Oxford.
The aims of the Society are to impress upon women the importance of health, to indicate a sense of the responsibilities of motherhood and to impress upon mothers, and mothers-to-be, the vital need for the healthy fulfilment of the natural calb of maternity. It is also the object of the society to train and employ qualified nurses to give advice and assistance on matters affecting the health and well-being of women both before and after their children are born.
Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged, and should be addressed to [address removed]


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