We live in strange, uncertain times just now but there is plenty of light out there amid the darkness.
Throughout the coronavirus crisis, the power of community has become all the more apparent.
Across the country, and in every walk of life, people are coming together to help 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.
In today’s Feelgood Feed: Dundee nursery workers have created a collage of posters telling the children they miss them.
Staff at Perth Leisure Pool have created a fun video urging people to stay at home and stay safe.
Care home residents in Fife were treated to a splendid performance from local bagpipers.
We have a video of new-born calves at a Highland Wildlife Park who are named after Game of Thrones characters.
And, the latest on Captain Tom Moore, who has now raised £28 MILLION for the NHS with his sponsored walk, with his charity version of You’ll Never Walk Alone reaching number one!
All this and much, much more at The Feelgood Feed: Stories to lift your day
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