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"We hope the Chatter & Natter table can bring people together and everyone is invited!
Knit and natter Staff and residents at Westfield knitting hats for babies
"I just couldn't sit back and do nothing and the Knit and Natter group shared my concern.
The Knit and Natter group, who meet weekly at Llanbradach Library, have been busy knitting jumpers for the Philip Island Penguin Foundation, who put out an emergency appeal for jumpers for penguins affected by oil spills or leaks from fishing boat.
Abbey, who also had a good ol' natter with pal Kelly Brook, above, told me over dinner how Christmas came early when Sophia found her Mickey and Minnie Mouse toys, a set of maracas and a toy drum that Santa was supposed to bring her.
The St Mary's Church and Pwll knit and natter groups have made more than 60 teddies in just eight weeks to help put young patients at ease as they are taken to hospital.
Howard Natter, a neurologist at Meadowbrook Neurology.
Natter (Director of the Vorarlberg State Museum, Bregenz) and Christopher Gruenenberg (Director of Tate Liverpool), "Gustav Klimt: Painting, Design and Modern Life" brings the first thorough examination of the relationship between Klimt's paintings and mosaics and the work of architect Josef Hofmann who was a close friend to Klimt.
Natter. A good example, he said, is the three-decade-old USS John F.
Natter, with the intent that it be flown over naval forces deployed overseas in response to the terrorist attack.
Natter noted, the special boat community has evolved significantly since he served during the Vietnam War.
Her second novel, I de lange natter (1862; "In the Long Nights"), dealt with reminiscences of her childhood.
Anthony Lukas writes, "I suspect it is the ability, nay eagerness, of many Washington reporters to socialize with the powerful, to dine at their Georgetown tables and natter at their McLean garden parties, which drains their skepticism and blunts the edge of their reporting.
CRAFTEANOONERs is a not-for-profit group who meet in St John's Church Hall, 53 Mostyn Street (next to M&S), Llandudno every Monday from 1:30pm- to 4:30pm and is FREE admission for all to join in; we hope it will appeal to all ages from young mums nipping in for an hour before the school run, to those wishing to craft and natter, those who don't want to craft but would like the company and to natter through to visitors to Llandudno - all are most welcome.