King’s Lynn-based group helps out Hospice

Phobies art and craft group made planters for Tapping House garden

left to right Colon Kemp, John Pooley chair, Douglas Stokes, Darryl Sampson and Wesley Houghton ANL-160404-125121009
Phobies art and craft group made planters for Tapping House garden left to right Colon Kemp, John Pooley chair, Douglas Stokes, Darryl Sampson and Wesley Houghton ANL-160404-125121009

The Phobbies art and craft group, based at Providence Street Community Centre, helped make planters for the Norfolk Hospice Tapping House garden.

Co-ordinated by Sylvia Pomeroy, the group, who meet every Monday, provided the wood and labour for the planters, which will take pride of place in the Hospice garden.

Pictured above, from left, are: Colon Kemp, John Pooley (wheelchair), Douglas Stokes, Darryl Sampson and Wesley Houghton.

Picture: ADAM FAIRBROTHER mlnf16af03044