Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Where's Wooly - Day 8 / Last Day

Wooly's  Chinese New Year celebrations are coming to an end.... Today, Day 7, Wooly enjoyed a great day with friends at Hand to Hand Crafts, 1 Wolfe Street  ( corner of Hunter Street), Newcastle
Here's an extract from a  great story about Hand to Hand Crafts,  published in the Newcastle Herald, about a year ago.

 Hand to Hand Crafts amid shelves lined with neat bundles of wool in an array of colours, ...
Established two years ago by the support service, Response, the handicraft and haberdashery store provides training and employment for people with a disability who are aged over 18. Nearby businesses in the Hunter Street Mall support the store by ordering specially made tags and bags...
 Part of the appeal of the store is its extensive range of Jo Sharp, Patons and Sublime English wool, as well as a variety of embroidery threads, but there's no doubt that (trainee) Hely and his co-workers, such as Angie Cox and Mandy Moore, enhance a visit.
"It's more of a social hub than most businesses,"   "And the warmth flows both ways - from our customers, as well as our trainees."

And the clue to Wooly's whereabouts Day 8, 26 February ....
Where’s Wooly?

We’re new arty friends in the mall, but Wooly is afraid of the big and bad .... 
Good luck, Novocastrians - your last chance to find Wooly. 

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