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Hi, I have been making fabric masks for a friend who works for the N.H.S. I am attaching a photo of an adult and a child mask I have made. They are made from 100% cotton and can be washed at 60 degrees. I can make them in coloured/patterned fabric also. Call me on 07956527824 or email me at [email protected] if you would like to discuss and place an order.
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Yes Really Maria is very busy making all sorts of colourful face masks, and is open for delivery/collection by knocking on her shop front door. She is inside masked and socially distancing. I think you can order via her website, or by calling her mobile. There are details on her shop front too. Good luck.
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I can respect that she?s busy, I ordered through her website for delivery (I have two kids that are staying home) I just wish it had said on the website that the delivery would be so long as 10 days later I am still mask less :-(


PlantPower Wrote:

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> Yes Really Maria is very busy making all sorts of

> colourful face masks, and is open for

> delivery/collection by knocking on her shop front

> door. She is inside masked and socially

> distancing. I think you can order via her website,

> or by calling her mobile. There are details on her

> shop front too. Good luck.

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The delay is probably due to the very disrupted Royal Mail service (see various threads on here) rather than Really Maria. I opted for the 'collect in store' option (actually the dry cleaners as Maria's shop isn't open) and picked them up on the same day, so would recommend this option for anyone able to go out.
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