Homemade Face Coverings

Update 24 July

With face coverings now required by law to be worn in shops and on public transport, you may wish to consider purchasing from this local source.


Original news item 14 May


Janet Death and Liz Waterman are producing and delivering face coverings to residents of Stratford, to order. The coverings are made of cotton and can be washed at 60 degrees which is advised after each wearing.

Use of this type of covering will hopefully prevent people diverting surgical grade masks for personal use.

We are not charging for these masks but if you feel able please make a donation to Kidasha preferably online at www.kidasha.org the children of Nepal would be very grateful.

Cash/cheques can also be posted in an envelope through the door of 8 Castle Keep if you prefer.

Janet is making the masks from materials we have both sourced including old stock of Kidasha tea towels and Liz is coordinating orders and deliveries.

Face masks come in two styles and with a choice of 2 fastenings.

· Shaped with either elastic or ties

· Pleated with either elastic or ties.

If you would like a face covering please contact Liz by e-mail letting her know the number, style and fastening you would like Elizabeth@waterman.org.uk or if not possible please phone her on 01722 335691


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