Knitted Sandringham

Knitted Sandringham

Ninety-two-year-old, Margaret Seaman has knitted a collection of works inspired by the landscape, architecture and people at Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, to raise money for projects at Norfolk’s three NHS hospitals. From Saturday 17 July, visitors to Sandringham House will be able to enjoy a special display inside the Ballroom.

Working from sketches and photographs, ninety-two-year-old, Margaret Seaman has knitted a collection of works inspired by the landscape, architecture and people at Sandringham to raise money for projects at Norfolk’s three NHS hospitals.

The knitted version of Sandringham House with its intricate architecture, chimneys, and windows, measures 5.5m (18ft) by 1.8m (6ft). Passionate about knitting Margaret has concentrated her efforts on completing the “woolly wonders” of the Estate over the last year whilst shielding at her home in Norfolk during the Pandemic.

Margaret regularly supports local causes through her knitting and recently has been fundraising for projects including the Boudicca Breast Cancer Appeal at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, which aims to raise money for a dedicated breast cancer unit on site, a maternity bereavement suite at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital; and the ‘Raise a Rainbow’ Appeal, a community improvement.

To make a donation to these projects and find out more about Margaret and her charity work visit Just Giving

Visitors to the Ballroom will have the opportunity to make a donation to these projects as part of the display, which will form part of a visit to Sandringham House from 17 July – 24 September 2021.

For further details read the full Press Release about Knitted Sandringham here