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WEY MANY TWINS It seems that there may be 'something in the water' in Godalming, or at least that's what many mums in the area are saying.
"I'm told Godalming has the highest population of twins in Surrey," said Melanie Wiseman of the twins and multiples club based at the Wharf Children's Centre.