Twinline - Tamba's freephone helpline
Whether you would like to chat about expecting twins, triplets or more, feeding, sleeping, starting school, embarking on the teenage years and beyond, or anything else multiples related - Twinline can provide the support you need. Sometimes you may just need a listening ear from somebody that has been in your situation.
Twinline is a free helpline service for anybody that is involved with the care of multiples. All of our trained volunteers are parents of multiples.
How to get in touch
Call us: 0800 138 0509
Twinline is open everyday from 10am to 1pm and from 7pm to 10pm on 0800 138 0509 (Freephone).
Email us: email@example.com
If you prefer not to call but would still like to contact us for some support, please email us.
Hear further from a Twinline listener about what the service provides:
Do you need a translator?
If you want to find out more about Tamba's support services, but struggle with English, we can provide you with an interpreter to help you access this service. All you have to do is call the office, or get someone to call on your behalf, on 01252 332344 and request a translator. From there we will then organise a time and date to give you a call with a translator on the line. Tamba’s translation services are provided by LanguageLine Solutions. who can translate into over 180 different languages. See our translation page for more information.
Here are some quotes from parents that have called twinline:
"Sometimes it gets to the point where you need to speak to someone who knows the fear and the frustration and the joy of having twins," mother Sarah. Read her story.
“Twinline is such an excellent idea. I rang on several occasions when things got tough at home. My partner works long shifts and it has been good to have someone to talk to," mother of multiples.
"We spoke to a great lady. She was calm, supportive and reassured us we were doing a great job with our twins. As she spoke from experience- we felt immediate relief. Our twins are now three and a half years old and thriving," mother of twins.
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