Noah Evans is helping to raise money to buy fabric to make surgical scrubs for our wonderful NHS workers. Scrubs Glorious Scrubs is a voluntary sewing collaborative set up by very well-known Ascot resident, councillor and businesswoman - Lynda Yong  at Ascot Business Park, and now has 400 seamstresses up and down the UK making these essential and hugely in demand scrubs and bags for the contaminated scrubs to be put in at the end of the shift. They are in desperate need of fabric. With these bags, they can put all of their contaminated uniform in the washing machine when they get home without touching anyone or anything else.

Scrubs Glorious Scrubs, was set up by Ascot Fashion Workshop owner Lynda Yong to produce hugely in-demand scrubs for NHS staff, as well as bags to put the contaminated clothing .

Each set of scrubs costs £5 to make and the initiative was in desperate need of fabric.

CLICK HERE for SCRUBS GLORIOUS SCRUBS video, with founder, Lynda Yong


Scrubs Glorious Scrubs Fabric Print  designed by Tessa Semple

Chris Evans, whose son Noah started the fundraising by pledging to camp out under the stars for 28 days, has been blown away by the reaction from NHS workers.
“There has been one recurring theme throughout the whole experience: those whose vocation in life is to care for others cannot believe it when the rest of us show up to try to help care for them,” he says.
“As a family, we continue to be overwhelmingly inundated with messages of thanks to us from those who should be forever thanked by us.” The DJ adds that it has been the generosity shown by others and the enduring human spirit that has helped him through the “insane journey” of the coronavirus pandemic.
“It’s what we’ve learnt from our united experience that we must take forward with us,” he says. “There are now tens of thousands of tales of tragedy and loss that countless families and friends of those who have lost their lives to coronavirus have had to endure. “But thank God, there are equally as many stories of generosity, kindliness and selflessness to help us all muddle through.”