Covid-safe benches unveiled as communities brought closer by pandemic

Published on October 28, 2020 - Duration: 00:54s

Covid-safe benches unveiled as communities brought closer by pandemic

Furniture restorer and eco designer Jay Blades, unveils beautiful Covid-safebenches across the country dedicated to ‘unknown and unheralded’ individualsfor their work in local communities.

A report released on Wednesday by TheNational Lottery indicates that over the past eight months almost half ofadults in the UK (49%) feel, notwithstanding the hardship of the pandemic, apositive to emerge is the sense of community spirit.

A third of people (34%)said they know their neighbours better than before and four-fifths of those(80%) actually felt safer because of it.

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