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Twins Clubs
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Twins and Multiples Clubs provide a lifeline for parents who can become isolated caring for twins, higher order multiples and siblings. TwinsUK supports the vital role of clubs who provide a valuable network of other parents with whom they can relate to and share mutual support and information as well as benefit from regular social activities! There are around 350 twins clubs in the UK and you can search for clubs within the UK and overseas.

If you can't find a club near you, why not think about starting one up? Contact us for details.
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Our Twins & Multiples Club Membership offers a range of benefits for your club including free registration and membership to our unique Affiliate Fundraising Scheme where your members help your club earn commission on their purchases. We also provide a free Welcome Pack and a special club newsletter with details on club promotions, latest news and events.
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10 Amazing Facts About Twins - Top 10 things you (probably) didn't know about twins!1. The scientific study of twins is known as "gemellology." The word twin is probably derived from an ancient German word twine, which means 'two together.'2.1 in every 32 children born is a twin (1 in 65 pregnancies results in a twin birth). Twins account for 1.5% of all pregnancies or 3% of the population.3.The twinning rate has risen 50% in the last 20 years. This is attributed to an increase in maternal age, wider use of IVF and assisted conception and advancement of medical technology.4. Fraternal twins do run in the family but only on the maternal line. If a mother herself is a fraternal twin, the chance of conceiving twins increases four-fold.5. The rate for identical twins, or mon read more