CWA Exeter - Crazy Cozies
Here is Ross Hawke - aka Hawkeye - who is one of our local heroes (and a great earthworks man) who is helping to support our cause, with his trusty assistant 'SANDY' - a nemesis to the rabbit population! Thank you, Ross!
John is another of our local heroes who is supporting our Crazy Cozies cause.... thank you, John!!
Have you ever wondered why it's so hard to find really good tradesmen when you need them? That's because all the best ones are right here in the little village of Exeter! Here we see Miclan Trees & Gardens men hard at work...well, preparing to get ready for being hard at work - they don't like to be rushed over their morning cuppa and scones!
Now, we don't take our 'tradies' for granted. No siree.... we like to spoil them a little (well we all know how sensitive tradesmen can be!) Our tradies have a well developed feminine side (but we don't like to advertise that...)
Here in Exeter, they are taking some time out to have a nice cup of tea and a bit of a relax before they busy themselves getting to your job.
You're probably wondering why they are wearing crazy cozies on their heads? Well, because they all love women so much they wanted to help the Exeter CWA promote our Crazy Cozies Competition which is raising funds to help women with breast cancer in rural and regional areas of Australia.
So if you are looking for just about the best tradesmen in the whole wide world... come to Exeter, and share a cup of tea and a good old relax with some of ours (you might even meet some at our Crazy Cozies Sale Day on 10th October at the Exeter Village Hall!)....
With almost 200 entries to judge the Crazy Cozies Competition Prize Winners are:
It took almost 12 months of wonderful knit ins, promotion and planning but the day finally arrived.
The weather leading up had not been kind to us at all and to be honest, when I looked out my window on Saturday morning and conferred with my family we had agreed that the entire event should go indoors.
And so to the day! Well the day before really...
With over 12 months hard work, we finally made it to the day but even before we could open the doors there was a lot of preparation.
Here are just some of the photos that show the work and effort put in by a great team to make the day the success that it was.