Looking for something a bit different ……………..
Ok, you can agree or disagree until the ‘cows come home’ but those of us who are following the ‘rules’ here is a fantastic article on how to help overcome any anxiety you may have about wearing a mask, one of the tips is make them less ‘scary’ and clinical looking READ it HERE
And for you glasses wearers, here’s some tips from the BBC to help stop them steaming up.
If you dont want a standard issue mask, here is a list of fabulous local people who are making masks.and links to their their Facebook pages/Business pages or contact details
Sewing for Smiles Local lady Nicole has literally any colour or pattern! Thinks she get the record for most made too! Currently at about 800!
Chelsea Thompson Range of 100% cotton fabrics (See more on FB page)
Joanne Griffiths selling via Bonney’s Fabrics in St Annes with profits to Trinity Hospice
Karen Houseman contact her via FB
Kath Gibbs contact her via FB
Janey Dee via her business with money being donated to Alzheimers Charity HeartflowerByTheSea
The Embellishment Emporium in St Annes On Sea. Choose from a vast variety of fabrics or have a plain fabric and choose an embroidered design for it. Prices start from £10
Ann Mariea Boyd fabric and even silk
Helen Todd Alterations, Family, Children and reversible
Edyta at Fashion House in Poulton le Fylde 07842 610304
Sassy Luxe Custom/ Tie Die (that will appeal to teenagers……according to my Granddaughter)
I also want to give thanks to these ladies, for making us look just that little bit more ‘fun’ or individual at a stressful time for all.
Stop Press, there is a great Youtuibe video on an App you can download to your phone to help the hard of hearing.
A paramedic has found an innovative way to communicate with hard of hearing patients while wearing a face mask.
Posted by NursingNotes on Friday, 17 July 2020
Last but not least, with a mask comes great responsibility……………