Posted by: Laura Hammond
Thu 11th August 2022
The Wool Lady has unveiled plans to launch a crafting session for people with chronic illnesses.
The Alfreton-based business will host the sessions every two weeks, starting on Tuesday, September 6.
Describing the sessions, a Facebook event listing by The Wool Lady said: “A crafters club specifically for those with chronic illness, a safe non-judgemental space to chat and share while crafting.
“Bring whatever you’re working on or just pop in for a coffee/tea and a chat.”
There will be a fee of £2 per session to cover the cost of drinks and cake.
The craft sessions will take place at the King Street shop on Tuesdays every two weeks between 6pm and 8pm.
You can find more information by visiting The Wool Lady’s Facebook page here.
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