We meet at Bourne valley Nursery School, Winterbourne Earls, Salisbury, SP4 6HA.
Opening Times 2nd Monday of the month 10:00am to 12:00pm and a Wednesday each month Call to find out.
The Minster Twins and More are a very friendly group. We meet on the second and last Wednesday of every month at the Minster Church, Warminster.
Hot drinks, smiles and cake are always provided for a £1.50 donation as well as activities for all ages.
We love to see new faces if you are a multiple parent/carer with a bump, babies or toddlers you would be more that welcome to join us.
Please get in touch if you’d like any more information.
We welcome members expecting multiples, with twins or more or caring for multiples from Bournemouth and the surrounding areas, as far as Swanage and Lymington. We have weekly baby and toddler groups, run twin antenatal classes, have books and equipment to loan, bi-annual nearly new sales and much much more.
Check out http://www.bournemouthtwins.co.uk where you can get to our very active Facebook group through the homepage. We look forward to meeting you!
Haven Centre, Harris Road, Gosport, uk 28.96 mi
We are a well established Twin group with around 20 families. The ages range from bumps and babies to teenagers so we have a vast amount of experience and plenty of helping hands. Why not come and join in the fun at the Fareham and Gosport Twin Club. We hold weekly coffee mornings on a Friday, alternating between the Haven Centre, Harris Road, Gosport and the Oak Meadow Centre, Tewkesbury Avenue, Fareham, just £1.50 for members and £2.00 for non-members
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!
Portsmouth, uk 36.98 mi
bedhampton, uk 33.04 mi
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.
We are a play/support group for families with or expecting multiples. We meet Friday’s from 10 -12 at St George Community Centre, Church Road, Bristol at the cost of £1.50 per family (including other siblings).
We provide tea/coffee for grown-ups, toast and a drink for toddlers. We have books/toys suitable for babies and toddlers, as well as a baby area, and craft for the toddlers. We run a brief ‘circle time’ during the session where we help each other address the issues that families with multiples have, we have a wealth of publications about having twins/triplets, as well as being members of TAMBA.
All the volunteers are mums of multiples and we aim to provide a supportive place for multiple families that’s fun for their children, of course we always end the session with some singing!
Calcot, Theale & Area Children’s Centre (Curtis Road, Calcot, Reading RG31 4XG) opened Spring 2009 in a purpose built building, attached to Calcot infant school. It is quite a lot smaller than the Waterloo meadows centre where the Friday toddler group is held.
Yeovil Twins and More is a friendly, informal group for expectant families, new parents of multiples, parents or carers of older twins as well as any siblings. We are based in Yeovil but welcome families from around the Somerset and Dorset area. We love to get to know new families and welcome you to join us to share experiences, frustrations and get much needed advice and support. The Facebook group provides a wealth of support and allows members to keep up to date.
Unfortunately we do not meet weekly at the moment but continue to offer support, information and advice through our facebook group and our website. There will also be occasional meetups organised by parents and carers, as well as 4 organised activities a year – such as Christmas Party and “Coffee and Cake” afternoons
The Facebook group is administered by a small voluntary committee made up of parents and carers of multiples. We are constantly looking for more people to get involved with the committee and organise events/meetups.”