A group of parishioners at Sacred Heart Church in Sunningdale, Surrey, have been meeting every week to knit for charity (whilst having a good natter!)
This year they chose Apostleship of the Sea to benefit from their prolific knitting and produced two large boxes of woolly hats and scarves for seafarers.
At their November 8th meeting, the boxes were presented to AoS legacy officer Alastair Emblem, who had just given a talk on the history and work of the charity.
The group also gave a generous cheque for £305 raised from the sale of home-made scones over the last year.
Thanking them for their generosity, Alastair commented that the seafarers would be delighted with the bright colours chosen for the hats, and their warmth would particularly be appreciated over the coming winter months.
The photos show group members Kitty Hooey and Maureen Arundel presenting knitwear and the cheque to Alastair Emblem.