TAMBA

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TAMBATwins And Multiple Births Association
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Helen Forbes, Director, Twins and Multiple Births Association.
The Twins and Multiple Births Association (Tamba) is campaigning for a fairer deal for multiple birth families.
Linda Jones, of the Twins and Multiple Births Association (Tamba), said: "I have never heard of this before.
The charity Tamba (The Twins and Multiple Births Association) is calling on parents to sign a petition calling for the system to be changed.
Download a free copy of the Twins and Multiple Births Association Healthy Multiple Pregnancy Guide, packed with information on complications, how to spot them, what to eat and how to prepare for the birth.
A spokeswoman for the Twins and Multiple Births Association said: 'It is pretty rare to have one set of identical twins born after the other because they are not the hereditary type.
Katie, who lives in Meriden, was put in touch with the Solihull group after contacting the Twins and Multiple Births Association (TAMBA).
The Twins and Multiple Births Association said: "Very young girls are particularly fertile."
No doubles event would be complete without those famous Cheeky Girls from Transylvannia, so the pop duo, pictured above with the seven-seater Trajet, were the natural choice to when the Hyundai-sponsored Twins and Multiple Births Association fun day was organised.
The Tynedale Twins (or more) Club and national charity Tamba (the twins and multiple births association) are today calling on the Government to pay extra Child Tax Credit to recognise the additional cost of having twins, triplets, quadruplets or more.
Pat, who has drawn up guidelines for how schools should deal with multiple birth children for the Twins and Multiple Births Association (Tamba), first became interested in the subject when nine - yes, nine - sets of twins were registered to start at Knowle Primary in 1992.
Keith Reed, of the Twins and Multiple Births Association, said: "It's highly unusual for twins to be born in separate school years."