seven women holding rugs while standing in a grassed area

Daphne, Lyn, Norma, Dellis, Thea, Bernadette and Jen with the rugs donated to Wauchope Hospital and MNCCI.

We’re rapt with tight-knit group’s generosity

Mar 24, 2022
This article was published 2 years ago.

Hastings Auto Restorers Society members are passionate about their vintage and classic cars, but some of them also have a passion for knitting and crocheting.

The ladies have been busy creating beautiful, warm rugs for Wauchope District Memorial Hospital’s Rehabilitation Unit and Mid North Coast Cancer Institute patients.

The 21 rugs were made with love and, no doubt, our patients will love receiving them.

We think the good deeds of this is tight-knit bunch makes for a great yarn… in fact, we’d say it’s a ‘purl’er.

two women wearing masks and holding rugs in a hospital corridor

Taylor Kennedy from NSW Health Pathology and Rehabilitation Unit RN Gwyneth Trigg with the rugs donated by HARS’ knitters.

two women holding rugs

MNCCI’s MDT Coordinator Pammy Oliver and Radiation Therapist Sarah Clarke gratefully accepted the HARS rugs on behalf of cancer patients.

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