Face Masks in Crowborough


Maisie Jones and Alison Cousins are making face-masks out of fabric for carers, key workers and volunteers in Crowborough to use during the Covid-19 pandemic.

So far they have sewed over 500 masks.

Maisie Jones and her mum

Maisie and Alison, who initially got in contact via Facebook, have now been joined by four other ladies helping to sew masks.

The masks are being offered for free, although if people can afford they would welcome a donation to NHS Charities Together.

The women would also be grateful for donations of quality cotton fabric and elastic, so they can make more masks.

Staff at Crowborough Birthing Centre wearing masks they were given to use (not at work) but when they are out & about


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  1. Maisie is such a lovely young lady !
    I’ve got one of her cool masks, and I deliver a few of them to people around Crowborough for her.
    She’s a lovely young lady and it’s so nice to see one of the towns younger folk doing something so totally unselfish to help people who ultimately help others !
    Well peng Maisie !! ❤️❤️❤️

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