Over the first few months of lock-down members and friends of Luton North Club have made a total 290 scrub bags, 35 headbands, plus 6 kits to make up scrub bags and 20 full bags of bedding ready to be sewn and then distributed to the NHS and care workers in the Luton area. The Club have also donated 20 sheets/duvet covers and 4 scrub bags to Addenbrooks Hospital.
The Club have also made 199 pamper bags for the carers in Care Homes to cheer them up and 80 of these have been donated to Keech Hospice, Castletroy and Widdecombe Care Homes in Luton.
Luton North Club
Afternoon tea in the grounds of Ware Priory celebrating International Friendship Day.
Also supporting a very worthwhile charity ASL (Aspire Support Learn) supporting young adults with learning and physical disabilities
Luton North members enjoying a practical afternoon of a Friendship Picnic and Origami
Harpenden Village Club
At the start of Lockdown members took up the challenge of seeing “how many knitted squares we could produce until we’re allowed out again?”.
To date six blankets have been made(made up from 294 squares) and are waiting for collection to be delivered to the Knit for Peace charity, our Club and District International Charity