Here are some of the meetings we have planned for 2016 in the UK and Eire. Dates for the North West and London areas will be posted as soon as they have been confirmed.
All members are welcome to attend any of the regional events. We look forward to seeing you there!
Please note that you must be a member of the Lone Twin Network to receive full details and to attend meetings. Please email us through our contact page for details of how to join.
HARROGATE – Saturday 20th February 2016 – 12-4pm
DUBLIN – Saturday 5th March 2016 – 1pm-4.30/5pm
BIRMINGHAM – ANNUAL MEETING – Saturday 23rd April 2016 – 11am-5pm
Just to let you know that the North West meeting will now be held on the 12th December instead of the 28th November.
All members are welcome!
(Please note: You need to be a member to receive details about any meeting.Please see out ‘contact page for details)
Please note that only members will be given full details of meetings. If you wish to attend a meeting please use the contact form for details of how to join.
North East (York / Harrogate area)
Saturday 27th June – An informal meeting in a cafe in Skipton. 2 – 4pm
Saturday 12th September – Meeting at a lovely hotel venue near Harrogate. 12.30/1pm – 4pm
London Regional Meeting
Saturday 3rd October – Our popular regional meeting in North London. 1pm – 5pm…and optional drinks in a nearby pub afterwards!
North West (Manchester / Liverpool area)
Saturday 12th December – To be in Manchester – Usually held at a venue not far from the city centre.
This is a list of all the meetings and get togethers we have planned so far for this year. We will update this list as and when any further meetings are planned.
7th Feb – North East Meeting in Harrogate
28th March – North West Meeting in Liverpool
18th April – Annual Meeting in London
6th June – Get together picnic at the National Memorial Arboretum
Please note that only members of the Lone Twin Network can have access to the full details. Please get in touch with us through the contact page to join.
Just a reminder that there will be the North West Meeting in Manchester this Saturday. If you would like to come, even last minute, please do! It’s always a small and friendly group where supportive hugs are given freely.
Time – 2pm-5pm.
Please note that only members of the LTN can have access to the full details. Please see our contact page for information on how to join.
We had a really good meeting in Harrogate on October 18th. Nine twins were there and after an interesting session listening to each other’s progress since our last meeting in February, we went on to discuss various issues including the Lone twin bench plaque, future meetings in February and June and the visit to Kylemore.
Frances also told the meeting about her visit to see the twin who has not yet lost her twin. This is proving to be valuable and it is good to know the twin in question is benefiting from getting to know us.
After lunch, which some of us ate outdoors as it was so warm, we listened to Alison who told us about her new venture – which involves challenges for Lone twins to try and information packs to help their progress. Alison was wearing one of the t shirts you can have if you complete a challenge, which had on the special logo she has designed for her project. There will be an article on this in the Lone Twins Newsletter.
We then went on to talk about the visit to Kylemore Abbey to see Sr Julian. Four Harrogate twins went on September 29th for four days and we actually stayed in the castle, as guests of the Benedictine community. We had two meetings and Sr Julian showed us a new book which is out called Twinless Self, by Father Jim Cogley.
We also had a lot of fun and outings to the beautiful Atlantic beaches near Kylemore.
Any lone twin can go over to Kylemore to stay, so if you are interested do get in touch and I can give you more information on costs and travels.
Our thanks go the Hospice for letting us use their beautiful Day Care room at no cost.
After we had tidied up we left at 3pm, leaving our thanks and a donation.
The next Harrogate meeting is February 28th 2015 so we hope to see you there!
About 20 of us turned up for a family day out at The national Memorial Arboretum. We had a picnic and an informal dedication of our new plaques, to mark our 25th Anniversary.
Along with some familiar faces, three new members came along, who were welcomed and hugged in equal measure!
It was a lovely afternoon in a very peaceful and friendly place.