Knit and Natter Group help Pembrokeshire’s homeless

Sunday 20th March 2022 7:47 am
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Knit and Natter Group, Manorbier, Pembrokeshire
Pictured from left to right are: Margaret, Sian, Julie, Jane, (front row - Lorna), Lyn, Anne, Val and Kath. (Pic. supplied )

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Members of the Manorbier Knit & Natter Group knitted squares for a blanket for Homeless Pembrokeshire, which was donated on Tuesday at a meeting of Penally WI, to Amanda Evans founder of the homeless charity. Some ladies are members of both groups so collaborated to help the charity. Six pairs of fingerless gloves were also made and donated.

Knit and Natter Group blanket for Homeless Pembrokeshire
Sian Harris, Julie Buckland, Amanda Evans of Homeless Pembrokeshire, and Margaret Peters presenting the blanket. (Pic. supplied )

The Knit & Natter Group in Manorbier meet up regularly in a members house each week to enjoy each others company, knit, do a lot of nattering and enjoy tea and cake at break time. The group have been busy the last few weeks knitting squares to make a blanket for Homeless Pembrokeshire and some fingerless gloves that have now been donated. The group will continue to knit squares and see how many blankets they can make and donate this year. Look out for updates in the Observer.

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