Royston charity founder knits way to success

PUBLISHED: 11:16 05 August 2016 | UPDATED: 11:16 05 August 2016

Julie Emmerson.

Julie Emmerson.

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The founder of The Nicola Emmerson Trust has been busy ‘knitting like crazy’ for her new line of clothes for babies – Nixnox Little Knitts.

Julie Emmerson said: “I have made and will be donating items to Rosie’s unit at Addenbrooke’s in Cambridge.

“I will be selling premature baby knits, and knitted items from birth to five-years-old in shop No.3 Royston in Melbourn Street.”

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