Birmingham Metropolitan College says a mother who claimed she was asked to stop breastfeeding her baby in the college was offered the opportunity to breastfeed in a more private place.
The college serves the needs of a very broad range of students of all ages, backgrounds and cultures. We endeavour to provide a safe, secure and comfortable environment for everyone that uses our facilities and as such, Ms Page was offered the opportunity to breastfeed in a more private place, which she declined before leaving the coffee shop on her own accord. It is our aim to ensure that any mother who wishes to breastfeed can do so in a supportive environment.
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