Leziate quilting group’s efforts are sew kind

West Norfolk Needle Workers and Crafters group donating quilts to Project Linus international charity providing quilts to children. 
Vice Chair and Quilt organiser Adrienne Taylor (front left) presenting them to Project Linus volunteer co-ordinator for Norfolk  Jane Lond-Caulk (front centre) and Pat Phillips (project Linus volunteer) (front right), along with other members who were involved in the event at Leziate Village Hall.
The event was in memory of group member Sally Joy Jubb.
West Norfolk Needle Workers and Crafters group donating quilts to Project Linus international charity providing quilts to children. Vice Chair and Quilt organiser Adrienne Taylor (front left) presenting them to Project Linus volunteer co-ordinator for Norfolk Jane Lond-Caulk (front centre) and Pat Phillips (project Linus volunteer) (front right), along with other members who were involved in the event at Leziate Village Hall. The event was in memory of group member Sally Joy Jubb.

A West Norfolk quilting group have donated a number of quilts to Project Linus – an international group that provides quilts to children in distress, named after a character in Charlie Brown never without his comfort blanket.

Pictured are vice-chair and quilt organiser Adrienne Taylor, front left, presenting them to Project Linus volunteer co-ordinator for Norfolk, Jane Lond-Caulk, front centre, and volunteer Pat Phillips, front right, along with other members involved in the event at Leziate Village Hall.

The event was held in memory of group member Sally Joy Jubb.