Coming together in extraordinary times
A seriously-ill coronavirus patient in Spain is appealing for help in tracking down a lady friend from the 1960s.
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A free app, which can suggest things to do indoors depending on a family's number of children and their ages, has been launched.
An online fundraiser to support health workers reached its initial target within days of being set up.
With the county set to enjoy warm weekend weather, we're calling on people to take part in the Garden Olympics.
A video of two medics singing along to Journey's 1980 hit Don't Stop Believin' has proved popular with hundreds of thousands of views.
Fresh food is reaching self-isolating villagers thanks to deliveries by kind-hearted staff at a local pub.
Three companies have teamed up to grow a network of more than 1,000 business people with the aim of sharing expertise.
A chemist has described the overwhelming community response which has seen volunteers sign up in huge numbers to help the business.
A supermarket worker has shown his concern for the wellbeing of other key workers by raising money for charity.
Click here to download and decorate this fantastic doodle thanking NHS key workers, which can be displayed in your window or parked car at home.
An illustrator has put pen to paper to help families pass the time during lockdown.
A rock choir leader is to broadcast a virtual singalong to the nation which is free for all to join in.
A primary school pupil has created a hero badge for her local postman after realising the vital work they're doing during the lockdown.
A woman was 'thrilled' after volunteers organised a special birthday treat for her while in isolation, including cake and a song.
Pupils will be able to access daily English and maths lessons through their televisions under plans announced by the BBC.
Staff, parents and pupils are working with local businesses to supply protective equipment to key workers on the coronavirus frontline.
A newly-established group is encouraging people to sew uniforms for medical staff.
A girl, with a helping hand from her mum, is the star of a campaign aimed at getting youngsters smiling and connected amid coronavirus uncertainty.
A firm has released patterns and encouraged people to come together to knit and crochet while they are stuck at home.