Isle of Man twins raise thousands for hospital equipment
A record number of twins have gathered on the Isle of Man to raise awareness and funds for state of the art equipment for newborns.
Parents of twins say it would be "amazing" if double-cots were available so babies who require special care can spend their first hours together.
Five year old twins Oscar and Finlay spent their first few weeks in separate cots, their mother, Marion Taggart says: "To see and able to care for them together would be amazing for the children and the parents."
The neonatal twin cots will be donated to Noble's Hospital.
02 Sep 2014
- From the section Isle Of Man / Ellan Vannin