Isabel’s baking and knitting benefits Blood Bikes charity

Isabel MacPhee with her stall of hand knitted items and home baking which she is selling to raise money for the Blood Bikes charity. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F28 BLOOD BIKES SALES
Isabel MacPhee with her stall of hand knitted items and home baking which she is selling to raise money for the Blood Bikes charity. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos NO F28 BLOOD BIKES SALES

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Visitors to Banavie and Neptune’s  Staircase are also being given the option to support the local ‘Blood Bikes’ charity by local fund raiser Isabel MacPhee.

Well known for her knitting, home baking, jam making and always being on hand to many good causes, Isabel has set up a small table beside the car park in Banavie offering a range of products  for a donation from passers-by.

The quality of her products  and friendliness of her welcome have already caused many people to stop, chat and donate to the cause.

She told us: ‘Everyone has been really nice and quite generous when they hear about  the service provided by the Blood Bikes. I support many charities in the area and I felt this was a really good one for my little table. I am just happy to help out in any way I can.’

CAPTION: Isabel MacPhee with her stall of hand knitted items and home baking which she is selling to raise money for the Blood Bikes charity. Photograph: Iain Ferguson, alba.photos

NO F28 BLOOD BIKES SALES

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