Scrubtastic Rutland sewing group makes special lip-reading masks for teachers at The Parks School in Oakham
A sewing group has made special face masks that allow deaf children to lip-read what their teachers are saying.
Scrubtastic Rutland was approached by The Parks School in Oakham who asked for help designing a face cover with a see-through section over the mouth.
Group leader Jean Denyer and her 60 troops got to work, and one of the sewists Karen Payne then came up with a winning design.
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