Glenrothes Twins and Multiples Club meets on the first Tuesday of each month in the community room at South Parks Primary School, Glenrothes. Our meetings run from 10am-12noon. Meetings are hosted by parents of multiples. Come along with bumps, babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Siblings are welcome too. A £2 donation is suggested. Please follow us on Facebook for up to date information.
Twins and more support group meets every Thursday (even throughout school holidays) and is targeted at parents and carers with multiples. We have an open door policy for all siblings also.
Our wonderful support group is open to babies, toddlers and preschoolers, 9:30-11:30 and for just £2.50 per family there’s plenty of fun to be had!
Snacks are included (toast, fruit, biscuits and juice typically!) and hot brews are unlimited for adults.
We offer a relaxed and informal play space with a variety of toys, craft activities, a dedicated baby area and easy accessibility all round (for all those double buggies!) We normally have a sing song to close the group after tidying away, however all attendees are free to come and go as they please!
We know how hard it can be to get out of the house in those early days, so we don’t put pressure on a prompt arrival and the kettle is always on (with plenty of experienced multiple parents to chat with and have a giggle!)
We can’t wait to see you soon!
Sherburn Village Community Centre, Durham
(term time only, siblings welcome)
Expecting Multiples? Are your little treasures looking for fun? Need somewhere to go and have a coffee and a chat?
Please come along for a friendly chat and some company.
Free Parking, lots of buggy space, baby changing facilities, plus loads to keep the kiddies entertained, and somewhere for us Mums, Dads, Grandparents and Carers to enjoy some adult company and have a cuppa.
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
We are a local playgroup run by mums of twins & triplets. The group is especially for twins (or more) and their siblings. It’s a chance to meet up with other mums of multiples in a friendly environment.
We meet every Monday between 10am – 11.30am in Blackwater.
The High Wycombe Twins Club is the twins and multiples club for High Wycombe and the surrounding villages. We meet fortnightly to provide a chance for parents (and parents ‘to be’) and carers of twins and multiples to meet up, chat, offer support and drink tea, while the children play.
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month, from 10.00am-11.30am at North Dean Village Hall, HP14 4NN.
Our Facebook site ‘lots of tots – High Wycombe Twins Club’ has the most up to date information. The calendar section of our website shows the weeks that the club meets.
Please contact us though Facebook, email or phone as above.
We look forward to welcoming more twin and multiple families to the club!
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
Our club was founded to bring together people of every background and all ages who have twins or triplets to have fun, talk and organise events with each other. This is your opportunity to meet new friends – we’re always happy to welcome new members to our group. Drop in and see us – we’d love to meet you!
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.
1st Thursday of every month 10.00 – 11.30
The group is facilitated by myself, Rebecca Potter (a midwife specialising in twins) Families either expecting or who already have multiples are warmly welcomed, offering support, information, and meeting other families with multiples. Snacks and drinks are provided, there is no set cost but a donation of £1 per family is greatly appreciated.
Further information can be obtained by speaking with local health visiting teams or community midwives office at the Conquest Hospital.
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.
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!
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.
Hi my name is Leigh and I am a mummy of 4, 2 of which are twins. I have a passion for helping other Mummies especially those who may be breastfeeding as I have experience in feeding all including my twins. New group meeting up in local areas so children can play parks, indoor play areas, fun days or events etc so twin Mummies can meet up and make new friends with confidence…more eyes together watching the children. This group is also open to larger families too.