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Inner Wheel jumpers boost

Members of Forfar Inner Wheel Club with their knitted jumpers for the Fish And Chip babies appeal.

Members of Forfar Inner Wheel Club with their knitted jumpers for the Fish And Chip babies appeal.

Over the last few months members of Forfar Inner Wheel have dusted off their knitting needles and picked up never forgotten skills to knit for the ‘Fish & Chip’ babies appeal.

Every day babies are born into extreme poverty in Africa. Many are born already infected with HIV, or premature, and their families are so poor that the babies are sent home wrapped in newspaper – giving them the name ‘fish and chip’ babies. The project has been very popular with the Inner Wheel members, their families and friends. Overseas Organiser Lynne Tasker recently received a parcel with four jumpers by post all the way from Australia!

Pictured with their latest creations are, from left, seated - Norma Seaton, Muriel Drummond, Agnes Mackay and Margaret Reid: standing - Morag Saddler, Sybil Nicoll, Susan Oliphant, Lindsay Hamilton and Alison Bonnyman.

 

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