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Twins and Multiples Easter Bonnet Challenge

With School Holidays here and a bunch of bored kids, why not get creative and enter our Twins & Multiples Easter Bonnet's double the fun and there's prizes up for grabs worth 50!  


The challenge is open to everyone, from the very young to the young at heart - whether your a parent or Grandparent of twins, triplets or quads or you're the multiples...there's no age limit. We do ask that you enter as a group - so, as a family group (parents/grandparents and kids) or as sibling twins, triplets or quads.

All entries must be in by 15th April 2015 and should be submitted to by an adult who is a TwinsUK Member. Send us a photo of the finished bonnets (wearing them or not!) together with your name, email address and ages of any children. (Note: We may publish the photos on our website/Facebook page). 

Our judges will announce the winning group on Monday 27th April - so, go on, give it a could be YOUR Family that wins 1st Prize 20, 2nd Prize 15, 3rd Prize 10, 4th Prize 5 (TwinsUK Gift Vouchers)

Good Luck!  (See below for last year's winners)


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