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Craft day in Market Deeping in aid of Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice




People have been enjoying some craft fundraising for the Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Market Deeping - with more opportunities today (Sunday, March 8).

In our photos taken by David Pearson last weekend (February 29) are Donna McKean-Smith from Riverside Beads in market Deeping, Caroline Guest-Richards and Tony Foice-Beard of Decopatch, who were sharing skills and learning new ones.

People can come along to another 'Charity Craft Dabble Day' today from 10am to 3pm in Market Deeping Community Centre in Douglas Road.

Donna McKean-Smith, Caroline Guest-Richards and Tony Foice-Beard of Decopatch proceeds from the event going to Sue Ryder. Photo: David Pearson
Donna McKean-Smith, Caroline Guest-Richards and Tony Foice-Beard of Decopatch proceeds from the event going to Sue Ryder. Photo: David Pearson

All sorts of different crafts including cardmaking, macrame, beading and pyrography will be offered and the day is aimed at everyone from complete beginners to more able craft dabblers.

Entry is £6 which includes three 'dabbles' or £10 to include six 'dabbles'. Refreshments will be available.

Proceeds will go to the Sue Ryder Hospice in Thorpe Road, Peterborough.

Create and Craft TV star Donna McKean-Smith explaing how to do beaded rivoli. Photo: David Pearson
Create and Craft TV star Donna McKean-Smith explaing how to do beaded rivoli. Photo: David Pearson

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