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Flags, bunting, rosettes and rainbows at Nunthorpe Railway Station. The needles of a talented team of Teesside knitters have been clickety clicking during lockdown and they've put on a patriotic display to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Keep calm and carry on knitting is the message from Nunthorpe and Marton Knitters whose colourful creations are now decorating Nunthorpe Railway Station. The area has been bedecked with union flags knitted in red, white and blue as well as bunting, rosettes and poppy wreaths to commemorate the historic date. And Love in nunthorpe the country continues to live life in lockdown, there are also a plethora of knitted rainbows of hope to show support for all of our health workers battling the pandemic on the frontline.
The display adds a colourful touch to Nunthorpe and is a welcome sight for residents who are well used to the talented team of needle workers and their special creations.
It was installed by just two of the knitters carefully social distancing as they worked separately to put up the decorations. Many of the items have been 'recycled' and were installed by just two of our knitters working separately to maintain social distancing. The knitters have created many displays to lift the hearts of Teessiders. By Joanne Welford Multi-media Journalist. Get the latest news from Darlington direct to your inbox with our free newsletter Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe We use your -up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you.
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