Norfolk Knitters and Stitchers - providing support to charities at home and abroad with lovingly hand knitted and sewn items.
There are now 2248 members and 134 groups around the county knitting, crocheting and stitching for charity. We support many charities from orphanages and families abroad to small projects at home. Age is no barrier - members range from the young to some well over 100. We have groups in diverse situations reflecting the whole community. Get in touch if you are interested - there's room for everyone!
AUGUST 2021 Update is now available
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NEW MEMBERS: If you would like to join Norfolk Knitters and Stitchers please contact our membership secretary (Sheila Robinson - firstname.lastname@example.org). Please include your telephone number in your membership request.
Some of our groups are beginning to reopen. Please look at the Local Groups section and contact the organiser to find out the latest information on a specific group. Click Here
Norwich Wool Loft The Norwich Wool Loft will be open on 17 August. There will be two sessions in the morning. Members will need to book in with Elly for either the first session (9.30am – 10.45) or the second session (11am – 12.15). The opening will only be for dropping off, buying donated wool and jigsaws and books from the Main Hall. New wool will be available to buy from the upstairs Wool Loft. There will be a one way system in place. Members will be able to sit at tables and with any refreshments they have brought themselves. Masks will still be required to be worn. The numbers will therefore be limited to 30 each session. Contact Elly by email (email@example.com or leave a message on 07725047216).
West Norfolk are planning to hold a normal open day at Providence St on Friday 6th August from 10am to 12 noon. Unfortunately our normal date for the end of July was not available. Tea and coffee will be served and wool will be available to buy. We don’t know what the requirements will be at this stage, so please ensure you have a mask. Further dates will be published in due course.’