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Episode 35 – Meet Emma Campbell, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

Episode 35 – Meet Emma Campbell, Good Mum Bad Mum Podcast

You can follow Emma on Instagram and also her wonderful (and recently sober if you’re looking for some inspiration to get on the wagon) husband Dave too.

After you’ve listened I can imagine that you’ll have a desperate urge to Amber’s cake and to replicate this incredible recipe you’ll just have to purchase your copy of the book and you can do so directly form this link.  or you can visit this link to see a full list of stockists. The book is £20 and every penny of profit goes directly to Maggie’s. 

If you’re not sure what Maggie’s do… 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.

Thanks and enjoy the listen.



1 Comment

  1. May 12, 2019 / 8:55 am

    A podcasts for the parents of Gloucestershire and beyond. Award winning blogger and social influencer Kate of CheltenhamMaman interviews parents of interest each episode exploring both their area of expertise as well as their proudest and most embarrassing moments on their parenting journey. Each week guests will be asked to recommend their favourite places to visit locally as a family, their favourite spot to eat out and the person or charitable cause that they are most amazed by. Expect tonnes of laughs and some serious nuggets of local knowledge and professional expertise all packaged up as an informal chat between two local mums or dads.

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