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Bremer Bay Clicketty Clacks

If you want to have fun and be happy, you need to join the Bremer Bay Clicketty clacks, that meet twice a week in Bremer Bay. This group serves as both a social and a creative outlet. The Clicketty clacks cater for all ages, and all levels of expertise.

The Clicketty Clacks undertake knitting and crocheting of squares predominantly. These are joined together to make blankets, which are then donated to several charities around the Great Southern as well as a few other charities with in WA. Those charities that cannot benefit from the blankets are not forgotten by this group. The blankets are raffled and the funds are then donated.

Gathering times: Tuesdays 9.00am - 12.00pm and Thursdays 1.00pm - 4.00pm.

To find out more please contact Deirdre Louw on (08) 9837 4026.

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