Things are tough right now — but the power of community has never been more important or more obvious.
In every walk of life, people are coming together to ensure that no one is left to fight coronavirus alone. From neighbours helping each other with simple everyday tasks, right up to the heroes of our NHS on the front line of the fight, we’re standing together to try to help.
The Feelgood Feed is here to celebrate this community spirit.
Featuring stories from The Evening Telegraph, Courier, Press & Journal, Evening Express and Sunday Post, we’ll be sharing the most heartwarming, inspirational and even funny ways that people in our part of the world and beyond are helping each other out.
Amongst today’s stories is a video of some Montrose youngsters taking part in a very unique tribute to workers on the frontline of the fight against Covid-19.
Bagpiper Lee-Anne was joined by youngsters Molly, Myla and Mirryn for a Highland spin on the Clap for Carers tribute on Thursday.
The young dancers delighted their whole street with their antics.
Elsewhere, Western Isles “teuchter rockers” Peat and Diesel played some stirring tunes for the country’s coronavirus heroes.
And a Dundee veterinary surgery has named its new cuddly mascot after Captain Tom Moore, the Second World War veteran who has raised a staggering £18 MILLION for the NHS.
All this and much, much more.
The Feelgood Feed: Stories to lift your day
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