The Knit &
Natter meetings are open to all and usually meet weekly on Thursday
Knit and Natter alternates
where it meets. If you are not one of the regulars and would like to
join us, could you contact Judy first to check where we will be on07540888198.
We are working on a number of projects at the moment including jumpers,
scarves and blankets. If you would like to get involved but can't meet
up on a Thursday, do call me and I will give you more details. JUDY
THE NATTERERS ARE KNITTING
AGAIN! This time
we are knitting Easter bits and pieces. Our teddies were well received
by the new intake at the primary school in Zambia, but after talking
with Alan Shand, we realise that in addition to teddies the children
need a secondary school! This is slightly beyond our knitting abilities!
But, we can make things to sell so that we can contribute, with your
support, to the funds needed to start the building. Our plan is to sell
and take orders for Easter knitties during March. Some people have
already placed orders and once these have been fulfilled we will bring
our wares to both churches on Sundays leading up to Easter. For more
information on the charity your money goes to see
www.exildasangels.org.uk . JUDY HORRT
These teddies were knitted by
the group and sent toChita
primary school in Zambia
Below is a report on a local
meeting and photos of pupils with the teddies
SUBJECT: MEETING WITH HEADMEN
greetings from Chita primary school, Mpika Zambia
hope you are
all well. We are okay here.
I am hereby
reporting on the meeting with the 7 headmen with their committee members
on the issue of the secondary school at Chita. (These 7 headmen and
their committees are not those working at Chita primary school).
attracted their attention, and welcomed the construction of the
secondary school at Chita, and promised to work together with the other
7 villages already working at the school.An interesting thing that drew
attention is that in our ward, we donít have any single secondary
school, all secondary schools are in other wards (this is a comment,
commented by the headmen during comments/questions time)
the secondary school at Chita is big welcome!!!
to contribute their local contributions, and waiting to hear your next
steps.In another development, Chita school has planted 112 English
timber trees, and teddies were given to grade1s (see photos).
God bless you
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