Unsurprisingly we had a wonderful response to the shout out for sewers and a team of over 16 N.D pupils/parents and relatives have been beavering away over the past couple of months making these much needed garments.
I'm delighted to say that In total Sheen Scrubs has now made and dispatched 125 (!) sets of scrubs and that is in no small part down to the ND sewers.
In addition to delivering to Kingston Hospital and some specialist staff at the Old Brompton and Great Ormond Street, we have delivered to large medical centres/surgeries in Kingston, Sheen and Putney as well as Cedars Care Home in Ashford who reached out to us directly following the shout out about the scheme by N.D. The staff at Cedars kindly shared a photo of them wearing some of the scrubs which I have attached.
There is also a photo in this twitter link from a GP surgery in Putney:
It was so wonderful to see so many people willing to help in these challenging times and turning out such beautifully made scrubs and I can't thank them all enough. What we have been able to achieve together is just wonderful.
A special thank you to the ND girls who got involved. In particular Carys H (10KB) and Eloise A (YR10CO) who did ND proud with all their sewing efforts. Thanks also to Lara C (YR 8), Emily P (YR8AF), Evie H, Taylor K (YR7CB), Charlotte Guise and Evelyn Flower (YR3) for all lending a hand.
Pictures of ND Girls:
Charlotte G form 4S holding up the scrubs made by her Nana, Sue Henry.
Evelyn F YR3 sewing