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Giving gifts: Gwen Brown, right, hands over a television and DVD player to senior midwife Billie-Jean
McManus, left, and clinical midwife leader Mel Rackham, centre, for the neo-natal unit at Southland
Photo: LOUISE BERWICK 627435091
TV to hospital
Knitting group raises funds for babies
By LOUISE BERWICK
Between knitting, chatter
and cups of tea, a group of
Invercargill women have
spread a bit of joy this
Precious Babies Southland
has been holding raffles at
its monthly meetings to raise
money to buy a television for
one of the birthing suites in
the neo-natal unit at South-
land Hospital. Now they
have finally been able to buy
the television, along with a
DVD player for the area.
The television will be placed
in a delivery room and will
benefit hundreds of mothers.
Precious Babies Southland
president Gwen Brown said
the group thought the tele-
vision would be fitting for
the unit and could be used
for a range of purposes.
Clinical midwife leader Mel
Rackham said the television
was a welcome addition.
Precious Babies Southland
already donates a lot of time
to the unit, knitting gowns,
hats and blankets for the
premature babies who are
too small for regular cloth-
ing and for babies that have
been delivered early and
have not survived.
For many mothers who have
lost a baby the clothing is
special gift and a precious
fills the air
Cornet carols: Invercargill teenager Jade Halford has been
busking in Esk St in her spare time to raise money for her school
Photo: LOUISE BERWICK
As Christmas shoppers
rush by and professionals
hurry past with their
lunch, an Invercargill
teenager is creating festive
joy among the mayhem.
Invercargill teenager Jade
Halford, 15, has been
busking for about 90
minutes a day for the past
two weeks, playing carols
on her cornet and filling
busy Esk St with the sound
But, the teenager said,
despite her best efforts, not
many people had given her
The cornet player is rais-
ing funds for her school
camp and to buy Christmas
presents, but said she got a
lot of enjoyment out of
playing her instrument.
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