TROWBRIDGE super mum Roxy Browning is turning her sewing business to good use, and producing around 60 face masks a day.

She is giving them to paramedics and the Paulton injury unit, and is also getting a lot of requests from parents with young children - all that at the same time as keeping her three young daughters amused.

"The masks are all made from spare bits of material I have left over," said Roxy of Silver Street Lane, who runs a sewing business from home and is also expecting another child in October. She said it all began a few weeks ago, when a woman who had bought one of her baby weighted blankets wanted her to make a mask for her little boy who has health issues.

"She wanted a mask for him to take him for his hospital appointments," she explained.

She has worked out how to make the masks by joining online sewing groups. "People offer me money - but I'd rather they donated elastic! I'm running a bit low."