Twin (and Multiples) Support Group
Babes in The Wood Community Room
30 Wellington Rd
We have around 50 families from Bracknell and the surrounding area. We offer a bi-monthly newsletter, affiliation to TAMBA, monthly socials for Mums and Dads, new Mums co-ordinator, access to Multiple Birth ante natal classes, family fun days and outings, annual social events for Mums and Dads. We also run a bay and toddler group throughout the year every Monday. This Club is exclusively for families of Twins or more.
We meet at: Stopsley & Putteridge Children’s Centre Stopsley Baptist Church, St Thomas’ Road, Luton Lu2 7XP.
For Multiple birth families including pre-birth support
Every Wednesday 1:15-2:45pm. £1 per family
Liscard Children’s Centre in Wirral, the group meets every Wednesday 1-3pm and every twin mum is welcome, it is also absolutely fine to bring along siblings as I know that this sometimes puts people off attending the groups.
The group is absolutely free for everyone to attend, we just ask parents to bring along their own snacks and drinks for the little ones as we don’t provide these.
If any of your parents would like more information about the group then please do not hesitate to contact us or join the Wirral Twins Facebook page,it is a great place for mums and expectant mums of twins to chat.
We meet weekly and it is just amazing to be in touch with fellow twin mums, dads, grannies, grandads, friends and carers.
Twins are wonderful but hard work!
Come along for a play, coffee and a chat!
Thursdays @ 10am
Cardrona Village Hall
We run a coffee morning and playgroup for parents of twins, triplets and their siblings every Friday, including school holidays from 9:45am to 11:30am. The United Reform Church, Alexandra Hall, Bramshot Avenue, Charlton, London, SE7 7JF. Buses no. 53, 54, 108, 286, 380, 386, 422 stop nearby. On street parking available.
A parent run support group for families and carers of twins and triplets, and run the following: – indoor and outdoor baby and toddler group meetings – newsletter with articles written by members – spring and autumn nearly new sales – workshops and events – buddy and mentor schemes – email forum and ideas exchange – summer picnic, xmas party and social evenings
Come along to Twins at Totstime to meet other families of twins and multiples.
Our intention within the group is to offer friendship, advice and support to our families, whilst providing a safe and entertaining environment for children aged 0-12 years.
Held at Stoney Stanton Social Club, Leicestershire, LE9 4LJ – Every Monday 10.00am till 11.30am. £2 per family, siblings very welcome
We meet every Monday 9.30-11.30 in Bedhampton, every Wednesday in Denmead 9.30-11.30 and every Thursday in Portsmouth 90.30-11.30. These groups are for pre-school children but we do have regular activities/outings for older multiples, please see our website for more details.
The club is run voluntarily by mums of twins for the benefit of families of multiples. Our aim is to offer information, support and understanding to parents and prospective parents of multiples.
We meet fortnightly on a Thursday at Ringmer Children’s Centre. A place for parents of twins or more in the Lewes area to touch base and hopefully arrange to meet. All welcome!
We are a Twins Trust registered group, and Bath’s only multiples group for pregnant parents, babies and toddlers up to preschool age. We also have families who come from a number of nearby towns – everyone is welcome!
We meet on the last Thursday of every month from 10am to 12 noon at St James church hall on Thornton Road. We are a small but friendly group….come along for a cuppa and a change of scene!
Queens Park, NW6
St Johns Wood, NW8
The NW London Twins club is an active club with 300 members. Membership costs £20 per year for those who wish to take part in meet ups and events and free for those who just wish to access the Facebook group and website tips. The club is very active and provides regular meet ups, multiple facebook groups, whatsapp groups, a website with tips and advice. www.nwlondontwins.co.uk also provides you with a full list of items you need when expecting twins. All products listed have been recommended by the club’s twin parents (no membership required to access). https://nwlondontwins.co.uk/twins-what-to-buy/expecting-twins-what-to-buy/
The club organises regular playgroups, expectant twin parent meetings, newborn meet ups, coffee meet ups, Summer picnics, Christmas parties, free baby trial classes, newsletters etc.
There are 4 Facebook closed groups: NW London Twins, NW London Twins – Buy and Sell, Twins advice and tips and London Twin Nanny search and share
Farnham Twins and Triplets Group was formed in 1990 and membership is now around 40 families. We call ourselves the Twins and Triplets Group but welcome families with higher multiples.
Membership currently costs £12 per family each year and entitles you to a range of benefits (see our membership section for more information). Feel free to attend one of our meetings, so you can meet some of us before joining.
We’re a parent led toddler and baby group offering support and friendship to families of twins, triplets and more.
Our group is open to parents and carers of multiple birth families from Hull and the surrounding area.
Expectant parents and their families are welcome to come along.
£2 per family which includes drink and a snack.
Every Friday 10:00am – 11:30am at Victoria Dock Village Hall (including school holidays)
We are a group set up to give help & support to parents and friends of multiple births Everyone at the club are parents or carers of multiple births, so we have been there and know how hard it can be to get out and about
We meet to have a coffee & chat whilst the children have a great time playing with a wide range of toys
We meet every Monday between 10:00am and 11:30am at Rugby Methodist Church Centre, Russelheim Way, Rugby, CV22 7TB
Hello and welcome to Yorkshire Multiples Group we are a small registered charity who offer information, help and advice to parents or carers of multiple births! Our charity is run purely by volunteers most of whom have twins or triplets themselves as well as help from extended family without who’s help we would not be able to run. We started in 2000 although offcially became a charity in 2002 so we have a wealth of experience to offer!