A bright idea for dementia patients

Lauder churchs Bright Ideas group has created Twiddlemuffs for dementia patients at Borders General Hospitals Melburn Lodge where they were handed over.
The photograph shows, from left, Sylvia Knaggs (Bright Ideas), Les Davidson (charge nurse), Paula Blyth (activity co-ordinator) and Mary White (Bright Ideas).
Lauder churchs Bright Ideas group has created Twiddlemuffs for dementia patients at Borders General Hospitals Melburn Lodge where they were handed over. The photograph shows, from left, Sylvia Knaggs (Bright Ideas), Les Davidson (charge nurse), Paula Blyth (activity co-ordinator) and Mary White (Bright Ideas).

Lauder church’s Bright Ideas group has created ‘Twiddlemuffs’ for dementia patients at Borders General Hospital’s Melburn Lodge where they were handed over.

The photograph shows, from left, Sylvia Knaggs (Bright Ideas), Les Davidson (charge nurse), Paula Blyth (activity co-ordinator) and Mary White (Bright Ideas). Some of the group members have knitted daffodils for the Berwickshire branch of cancer charity Marie Curie, their efforts being displayed in Duns.

The photograph shows, from left, Sylvia Knaggs (Bright Ideas), Les Davidson (charge nurse), Paula Blyth (activity co-ordinator) and Mary White (Bright Ideas).

Some of the group members have knitted daffodils for the Berwickshire branch of cancer charity Marie Curie, their efforts being displayed in Duns.