Knitting for orphans

PUBLISHED: 15:09 05 September 2012

Some of the items that have been knitted

Some of the items that have been knitted

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STAFF and patients have been knitting for the needy at Cygnet Hospital in Kewstoke.

They created a knitting group at the mental health hospital, which is owned by Cygnet Health Care, to make clothes for African orphans.The knitters been working with charity KasCare.

After five months of hard work, they were able to send off a full box of knitwear to the children in South Africa.

Cygnet Health Care’s chief operating officer, Nicky Mcleod, said: “We are extremely proud that those using Cygnet services have chosen to use their time in such a heartfelt way.”

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