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Volunteers at East Cheshire Hospice have been like Santa’s elves getting ready for Christmas.
More than 50 helpers use their creative skills designing handmade goods for East Cheshire Hospice.
It is not too late to grab a bargain, with a selection of festive items on sale at the Hospice reception.
The handiwork generates £18,000 during the year for the Hospice.
Volunteer Hilary Berkin with her handmade items.
Community fundraising assistant Claire Gorton said: “We’re so grateful volunteers choose to use their creative skills to support us.
“Some sell their handmade goods to family and friends and donate the proceeds, while others donate items for sale at our reception.
“We receive items such as crocheted teddies to knitted blankets, fabric tote bags, wooden toys and unique beautiful jewellery.
“We’ve a range of Christmas stockings, tree decorations, knitted scarves and hats, chocolate orange characters and stocking fillers.
Claire wants work or community groups willing to sell handmade goods, especially cards and seasonal items, to contact her. Email email@example.com
She said: “Grief Bears are made for our inpatient unit, while Pairs of Hearts are used within childhood bereavement and our Hospice @Home service.
“One heart is placed in the hand of the deceased, while the other is given to their loved one.”
Volunteer Hilary Berkin said: “I’m no runner or ace cake baker, so decided to put my love of quilting and sewing into making some items for the Hospice to sell to say thank you and to give something back.”
A yearly thank you event has been held for volunteers.Back to all news