Libraries NI Chief Executive, Irene Knox and Board Member, Cllr Evelyne Robinson, were welcomed by the Ballymoney Library ‘Knit and Natter’ Group recently.
The Group, which was established in June 2012 and is growing from strength to strength, meets in the Library every Tuesday evening from 6pm – 7:30pm.
‘Knit and Natter’ is a relaxed and sociable activity for anyone who enjoys knitting, crochet, cross stitching or crafts. It is a chance to share hints and tips, swap patterns and be involved in community projects, as well as make new friends. Whether it’s jumpers for Barnardo’s NI’s Barney Bear or hats for Age NI’s Big Knit campaign or even more hats for the Seafarers’ Mission, the ladies of Ballymoney Library’s Knit and Natter Group have been busy with their needles. And the group’s work, which has been on display in the Library.
Cllr Robinson commented: “The ladies are a friendly and lively group who definitely live up to their ‘Natter’ name and brighten up even the dullest of Tuesday evenings. I always look forward to seeing them in the Library and hearing about their latest project.”
Irene Knox, Chief Executive, Libraries NI said: “I am delighted to see how much the ladies in Ballymoney enjoy the Knit and Natter Group and how they have put their talents and skills to such good use. ”
For more information contact Ballymoney Library on t: 028 2766 3589 or e: firstname.lastname@example.org
For full details of these and other events at Ballymoney Library please visit www.librariesni.org.uk