13 amazing things our clients have been doing

26th Mar 2020

The past couple of weeks have collectively been some of the strangest and most worrying times we've ever experienced. However, as always there are uplifting stories of people doing the most wonderful things to help others, to adapt and to simply make it through.

We are constantly impressed by the innovative, caring and creative things our clients get up to at all times and now is no exception. Here are some that might make you smile, be inspired or want to join in:

Olivia Potts of A Half Baked Idea is hosting live 'Isolation Baking' sesssions on Instagram

Whisk are creating an uplifting music playlist on spotify. Tell them your happy song (can you guess which two were our contributions?)

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust are live streaming from the peregrine falcon nest in Nottingham City Centre.

Holly Rose showed us how to celebrate spring equinox during self isolation

Roxy Robinson isn't letting the lockdown stop her dancing. Our kitchen dancing definitely doesn't look this good though.

edventure:Frome have moved their Make Shed to a virtual space and are providing their online short courses available to everyone for free.

Green & Blue have had to move the team away from the workshop, with Gavin holding fort and still making beautiful solitary bee houses.

Garden Crowd are encouraging us to use our time at home to enjoy the garden birds. Why not order some bird food?

The Haller Foundation have instaled ingenious hand washing stations at their health centre, education centre, farmer training plot and Nguuni nature sanctuary.

Claire Blackie is providing telephone aromatherapy consultations and preparing personal blends for physical and emotional wellbeing whilst face-to-face treatments are on hold.

Ethical Unicorn explains how we can donate to food banks, giving them exactly what they need and without leaving our homes.

Paint It Yourself Pottery Co are continuing with a virtual version of star painter of the week by looking back at customers past pottery creations on Instagram

Where Does it Come From? have started a Make and Mend Facebook group where you can get creative with your sewing skills.

If you're one of our clients and you'd like us to share your news, do get in touch.