A small, dedicated group of locals stuffed and stitched knitted knockers for breast cancer patients on Thursday.
"Knitted knockers" are cotton prosthetics for women who have undergone a single or double mastectomy and 250 were ready to filled and stitched at Oaktree Retirement Village.
There was a pink theme for morning and afternoon tea in honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
It was the second knitathon organised by breast cancer survivor Yvonne Argent who said it was important for patients to have access to prosthetics at the North West Cancer Centre in Tamworth.
The prosthetics can be placed in women's bras post-surgery or long-term.
Thursday's knitathon was hosted by a new cancer support group, which meets at Oaktree on the second Thursday of the month at 2pm.
- To help with knitting or stuffing and stitching, contact Yvonne Argent on 0490 926 917.