A group making face masks for local community
Charity donations requested
Sewing Volunteers responding to the COVID-19 outbreak
What we do
About Sew Weybridge
Sew Weybridge’, a group of over 40 enthusiastic seamstresses from the Weybridge area, formed during the COVID-19 outbreak to cut and sew crucial PPE for frontline NHS staff.
They are now creating face masks for the local community and independent businesses. The masks fit snugly on the face, secured with elastic with a pocket for a filter if you wish. They are made from light cotton, are reusable and washable and environmentally friendly.
CHARITY DONATIONS APPRECIATED
Our stunning, handmade masks are NOW available for the community!
– With filter pocket
– Not for profit
Please contact us to find out how to get hold of yours!
Masks are provided for free, to local residents & independent businesses, but we kindly ask for a donation to our chosen local charity, Your Sanctuary who help survivors of domestic abuse.
Please make your donation through our fundraising page, stating your name in the comment section.
Formerly called Surrey Women’s Aid, this local charity provides a range of services offering emotional and practical support to victims of domestic abuse and their children. Includes National Helpline and 2 safe houses.
Responding To Covid-19 Outbreakbout
Earlier Support For NHS
Here are some photos showing the great work done earlier and the appreciation of the NHS.
Whiteley Village were given 40 scrub bags, made and delivered by Sew Weybridge