Honiton knitters appeal for wool for special care baby units

PUBLISHED: 07:00 16 April 2017 | UPDATED: 09:07 20 April 2017

Residents and staff from Stanhope have been knitting clothes for babies

Residents and staff from Stanhope have been knitting clothes for babies

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Staff and residents at sheltered housing in Honiton have been busy knitting clothes for special care baby units.

Jackets, blankets, booties and bonnets made from wool have been knitted at Stanhope, managed by Abbeyfield Honiton, in High Street.

The finished items go to baby units across the country and a recent box of jackets went to one in Leicester.

Now more wool is need to carry on the activity.

Anyone who can donate some wool is asked to ring 01404 43322 or pop-in to Stanhope House.


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