Park yoga session raises £200
MUMS have raised more than £200 for a charity which helps women who suffer from perinatal and postnatal depression.
More than 50 mums - and their babies - flocked to the sensory garden in Page Park for a special yoga session.
The money will go to Mothers for Mothers, a local charity which support families affected by depression and anxiety during pregnancy, following birth and up until their child reaches school age.
Maria Viner, CEO of Mothers for Mothers, came along and shared information about the work and services that the charity offers.
The session was led by Clair McGill, from Lush Tums Bristol, who runs termtime mum and baby yoga sessions in the park.