That’s us at the 4 week mark! How are you all doing? Walking, gardening, cycling, DIY. Remember if you are out walking, please be aware that it is a busy time for farmers keep to social distancing rules and take care if you are going through any gates. If you are out with your dog, avoid fields with lambs, keep your dog on a lead and pick up after your pet.
Information Sheets – these have been updated and are attached. Some new additions and a few amendments. Coupar Angus Chippy has reopened, Myreside Farm are looking to make produce available and now there are a few more categories in the Other Services information sheet.
Please let me know if any information is incorrect or needs updating.
Knitting for drip sleeve covers for Dementia patients in Ninewells. It is a simple pattern and they are not large items. Can you help? Drop me an email to get the pattern.
Material for NHS Scrubs
Chrissy McKay of Daisy Cottage in Kettins (beside Gow’s yard) is looking for people to donate cotton or polycotton so that she can sew into scrubs for NHS staff. Sheets and Duvets are generally too thin but lightweight curtains are good as long as they are not too textured or loose weave. She asks that you leave the donations in her porch at the house. (let me know if you need help getting the material to Chrissy) She is working on this as part of a national group. Many thanks.
Thursday is clap for the NHS at 8pm. So let’s make some noise to show our appreciation.
For those that are isolating, please get in touch if you need any help or shopping etc done. Or if you know or anyone else that needs help.