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
We currently have over 120 members, all of whom are families with twins or triplets; many have other children. During our session we offer information and friendship to parents and carers of twins or more, who may often feel isolated, particularly in the early months and years of bring up a multiple birth family.
Come and visit us on a Friday in Katesgrove Children’s Centre Reading for a chat, a play, a tea or coffee and a helping hand.
Our Daventry Twins club, ToM (Two or More) is run jointly by NCT and Surestart. At the moment we meet at the Acorns Centre, The Grange School, Daventry, once a month on a Friday, 9.15-11.30. Dates vary but interested people can contact me for the dates arranged for this year.
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
Leamington Spa and District Twins Club was established in 1983 to provide support, advice and encouragement to families expecting twins or more through the early years to school age and beyond.
Our main point of contact is the Baby and Toddler Group held at the Leek Wootton Village Hall, Leek Wootton 10-11.30am every Tuesday
We meet every thusrday morning 10.30-12.30 at the Watershed Youth centre, Upperton Road, Leicester.
It’s a chance to meet other multiple familes who ‘get you and your world of multiples.’ There is a varity of families who attend, all with one thing in common. We share different ideas and tips with each other and talk about our difficult as well as special times we have with our twins.
There is plenty for the babies and toddlers to do as well. The sessions are £2 per family and is from birth to 4 as any older than that should be at school.
YMG on Yorkshire Multiples Group registered charity no 1090898 has specialist toddler groups in Wakefield and Leeds please email for up to date times and dates of meetings to Lorraine Anderson Founder
Little Cogs Twins and More meets fortnightly on Thursday Mornings 10 – 11.30am, at Reachout Community Church, High Street, Irchester, NN29 7AB.
We welcome parents and expecant parents of twins or more for a social time to play with the child, meet parents in simular position of advice and support.
A group of mums have got together and decided that a Club is desperately needed in Lichfield.
It is a voluntary group which is run by parents who organise events and meetings for families with twins, triplets and more.
We will offer support, advice, friendship, activities and events for all the family. It’s never too early to meet us, we welcome expectant parents too.
Joining the Club will put you in touch with those of us who have been there and know what it’s really like. Or you may be in a position where you have been there yourself and want to share your experience.
Burton Twins and Multiples club is a parent run group and newcomers are always welcome.
The club runs every Monday (except Bank Holidays) from 10am – 11.30am at Hill Street Health & Wellbeing Centre, Hill Street, Stapenhill, Burton-On-Trent, Staffordshire, DE15 9LD.
It costs £2 per family, snacks and craft activities included for the children and parents/carers will get a hot drink whilst their little ones play. Siblings are welcome.
We are a friendly and lively club for all families with multiples. We offer a warm welcome with support and advice for anyone with multiples, including dads and siblings as well as
We meet fortnightly at the Salvation Army Hall, in Leighton Buzzard town centre. This is a great opportunity to meet other parents of multiples and have a chat over a cup of tea, whilst the children play. These meetings cater for newborn babies up to preschool age – expectant mums are also very welcome.
In addition to this there are other social events held regularly for all members, regardless of the age of your multiples. These include meals out, meeting up for drinks and ‘bring a dish’ evenings. Other seasonal events such as picnics and Christmas parties are also held during the year for all the family.
The Leighton Buzzard Twins Club is affiliated to TAMBA, the national Twins and Multiple Births Association. As such we have access to their information and support services as well a very useful discount card.
Come and join us at ‘Twinspiration’, a friendly group open to all families of twins and multiples, or expecting.
From the 21st January 2011, Fridays (until then Mondays) from 1.30pm, The Jigsaw Centre, Herlington, Orton Malborne, Peterborough, PE2 5PW.
50p per family, refreshments provided.
Baby & Toddler club for Twins, Triplets & more.
Every Wednesday 10am – 1pm during term time at The Hive Family Cafe, Flat 10, Ely Close, Carterton. £2.00 per family.
A chance for mums, dads and carers of multiples in and around Carterton and Witney to get together for support and fun whilst the children make new friends! We also offer a Pregnant Mums group for those expecting twins or more.
Abingdon Twins & Multiple Birth Club provides support and a meeting place for the parents, carers and expectant parents of twins, triplets and more living in and around Abingdon and the surrounding towns and villages.
We meet every 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month at Abingdon Baptist Church hall. Our sessions include lots of toy play, and crafts and tea/coffee for carers. We also have regular mums nights out, day trips, nearly new sales and lots of professionals that will have something to offer parents with twins or more.
We aim to provide a supportive and welcoming environment for parents and carers facing the challenges of raising multiple children.