Sue Ryder, Wheatfields Hospice

Another local charity we supported was Wheatfields Hospice in Headingley.
The hospice supports individuals (and their families) who live with a terminal illness or neurological conditions as well as those who have lost a loved one.
To find out more about Sue Ryder and Wheatfields Hospice please visit them here

We supported Wheatfields Hospice on a number of occasions including Easter (making lots of little egg cosies), their “forget me not” campaign, as well as supporting their 40th anniversary garden party and Christmas fair.

Here is a picture of my desk at home with all the egg cosies which raised £112 for Wheatfields at the time.

The little forget me not brooches we made (and which were sold at the garden party) were a huge success and we made 1,871 (!!!) of them. The garden party supported by the sale of these and some of our handmade lap blankets raised £2,781.66.

Finally, the Christmas fair for Wheatfields at which we sold lots of lovely of our handmade items raised around £270 for the charity.
Finally, we made a total of 139 lap blankets.

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