From left, Tracey Robinson founder of Crafters Together, nurse Lyndsey Leveritt and Tapping House fundraising coordinator Alice Crome. Picture: Martin Etheridge

A King’s Lynn craft group is putting its talents to good use in aid of the Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House.

Crafters Together, which meets twice a month at Tesco community room, Hardwick Road, is inviting others to get involved by making a piece of bunting for a £2 donation. 

Both the bunting and all money raised will then be donated to the hospice.

The group’s founder Tracey Robinson said: “We feel, as a group, it would be a fun project for craft members and members of the public to take part in while helping raise money for such a great cause by making lots of bunting together.

“The bunting made will hang around the hospice for future events like their annual fairs.”

To take part people are asked to create a single bunting flag and donate £2 which can be paid directly to the hospice or taken along to the craft group.

Mrs Robinson said bunting tape to hang the flags on has  been donated by John Day, owner of The Fent Shop in King’s Lynn and photos supporting the project have been taken by King’s Lynn Photography Group member Martin Etheridge.

For more details go to www.crafterstogether.co.uk or call 01553 760121.

The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House, is committed to providing care for people living with life-shortening illnesses and supports carers, family and friends.