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Craft Aid International welcomes the Mayor of Harrogate to their new warehouse

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Since Susie Hart MBE formed Craft Aid International in 2015 it has been running from her dining room table.

Recently they saw the official opening by the Mayor of Councillor Bernard Bateman, MBE of their new warehouse and office located at Health and Wellbeing Hub, Lane, .

Susie and her family formerly set up Neema Crafts in Tanzinia while working for the CMS. Both Neema Crafts and Craft Aid International bring work and craft to people with varying types of disability (which Neema Crafts and Craft Aid International call Differently Able).

For more information visit the website http://www.craftaidinternational.org

 




 


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