Mum and daughter Angela Hebblethwaite, 74, from South Shore and Michelle Hebblethwaite, 48, from Thornton teamed up to sew laundry sacks for health workers back in April.
The sacks were made with the intention of keeping key workers' clothing separate when returning home from work, in case of a potential exposure to Covid-19.
As Angela sewed and Michelle gathered the fabrics, between them and a team of volunteer machinists they sent 6,855 sacks to around 57 NHS and healthcare departments, dentists, pharmacies, care homes and surgeries across the Fylde coast and Preston.
The machinists helping Michelle and her mum Angela were from all areas of the Fylde coast and Preston, and Gayle Taylor from Broughton helped with distribution.
Michelle said: "After April, the sacks were urgent, and everyone wanted or needed them, as you can imagine.
"I needed to find more machinists as soon as possible, and I managed to find around 20 who would help with sewing. Donations of bedding also came in thick and fast.
"We've had letters and emails thanking us, and tears as I've handed the sacks over, but I wanted my machinists to get the recognition they deserve for all the help they have given - and how grateful everyone was for the sacks they made."
Who helped to make the sacks for key workers during the pandemic?