Welcome to Bishopston Mum Chat

The Bishopston Mum forum is intended to be a supportive place for local mums & dads to share information & advice on living and raising children in and near Bishopston.


The following will not be tolerated and such comments will be immediately removed:


  • - Not respecting the parenting choices & opinions of others
  • - Offensive language or comments
  • - Personal promotion of your own business or product


Additionally, if you have an issue with a comment that has been posted or find something offensive, please email me directly on bristol_mum@hotmail.com


Thank you!

How to Get Started

All posts on Bishopston Mum chat can be viewed without logging on. To post to a thread you must first register as a Member or log on.


To register, click on the 'Register' link on the top righthand side of the navigation. Registration is quick and easy and once registered you'll be able to begin posting.


To Start Posting (Creating a Thread)

  • - Choose a board from the homepage e.g. Pregnancy & Birth.
  • - Click on the blue 'Create Thread' button within the header bar of first pink box.
  • - This will take you to an Edit thread page, fill in your title and information and scroll to the bottom of the page and click the blue 'Create Thread' button.
  • - Your thread will now appear within the board list of threads.


To Reply to an Exisiting Thread (Post to a Thread)

  • - Choose the board from the homepage e.g. Pregnancy & Birth, and then click on the thread you wish to respond to e.g. Experiences of Home Birth.
  • - You can either click on the blue 'Reply' button in the pink header of the top and bottom boxes. Or start typing within the Quick Reply box at the bottom of the thread.
  • - If you choose to click on the 'Reply' button you will be taken to a new reply edit box page. Fill in the details of your reply, scroll to the bottom and click the 'Create Post' button.
  • - Your reply will appear at the bottom of the thread.


For more detailed help information please visit the ProBoards Help section that can also be accessed from the 'Help' link on the main navigation.

Latest Posts

by billywalters
Heavier, thicker towels tend to offer the softness and absorbency any sensible person wants from a bath towel, but judging if one is heavy or thick enough can be tricky, especially if shopping online.
by mariasanchaze
Towels come in a wide range of colors, and they can be stylish and functional. White towels are the easiest to maintain because you can wash them in hot water to disinfect without worrying about color fading.
by johnfethes
You can no doubt buy hazardous sprays, killers and traps, and try to get rid of disease-carrying pests. But using a top-tier pest control service will ensure full extermination, all year-round. 
by charliemathers
Bugs often like to hide in the attic and basement, where they can remain undisturbed for long periods of time. Sealing potential entry points can help, but tiny bugs will likely find a way inside.
by jackmcnults
The caregiver for elderly people needs to understand that their services should be catered in such a way that boosts the elder's confidence in himself or herself and for him or her to be more trusted in their carer