With COVID-19 dominating the news, we thought it might be nice to share a range of other news stories, articles and resources that have caught our eye from charitable giving to Goat invasions – maybe we can generate some positivity or just help get your mind off the doom and gloom for a while. Also see further below for a range of help and resources we’ve created to help you through lockdown.
You are not alone
The Telegraph have put together a place for stories of support, community spirit, optimism and social connectivity, with a huge range of articles and videos updated on a daily basis.
Gareth Bale gives almost £1m to fight coronavirus in Spain and Wales
Gareth Bale will hand over almost £1m to fund the fight against coronavirus in Wales and Spain. The Real Madrid forward and his wife Emma have made a £500,000 donation to help NHS staff fighting the crisis in Cardiff and will follow that up with a further €500,000 for the health service in Madrid.
Online education resources from the DfE
If you’ve got children at home and struggling to help with their education, the DfE have put together a huge range of online education resources for home education – these websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.
Revisit from the Stork
Smart lifts, lonely workers, no towers or tourists: architecture after coronavirus
Leonardo DiCaprio Launches Food Fund to Help People Impacted by COVID-19
Chelsea FC offers hotel to NHS staff
Easter Bunny and Tooth Fairy ‘essential workers’ – New Zealand PM
Netflix Donates £1 Million To The COVID-19 Film And TV Emergency Relief Fund
Herd of Wild Goats Invade Empty Welsh Seaside Town During Lockdown
For those working from home veterans out there, the remote working measures recently implemented due to the COVID-19 outbreak won’t be too challenging, yet for
Why the traditional workplace is still needed in the post-lockdown world. Amidst the fog of post-lockdown uncertainty, one idea that seems to be gaining traction