#Mandeladay: Mandela Rhodes Knit-a-thon

Mandela Day finally dawns on us tomorrow. So if you are good at hand work, particularly with a pair of knitting needles, and then the Mandela Rhodes Place Hotel is where you are mostly needed.

Take your knitting needles out and spend your 67 minutes at Mandela Rhodes Place Hotel knitting or crocheting a 15 x 15cm square or bring a fabric cut to the same size.

If you are unable to join the knitters, donations of blankets can also be dropped off at the Atrium. In addition, donations of activity books and crayons would be welcomed and can be dropped off at the same time. All blankets will be donated to the Little Fighters Cancer Trust.


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