Solicitors get their knitting needles out for Pembury neonatal unit

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Over the last couple of months, Jessica Moseley and Lucy Cheeseman (with the help of Jessica’s Mum) both solicitors in our private client team, in Tonbridge, have been knitting and Crocheting Baby Hats, Mittens, Booties, Blankets and Teddy Bears for the premature babies born at the Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells Hospital at Pembury. They have made over 50 hats in an assortment of sizes and colours to welcome the small babies into the world with style!

Jessica and Lucy hope to begin making Twiddlemuffs to raise awareness for Dementia as their next knitting project.

Lucy Cheeseman & Jessica Moseley knitting for neonatal unit

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