These Garden bears have gone above and beyond to keep everyone smiling during the coronavirus lockdowns.
Each and everyday these two Stockport bears have put smiles on many faces during their daily trips to the supermarket for essential items or daily walks.
A Gentleman goes above and beyond to make people smile during Coronavirus lockdowns in Stockport.
With everything that is happening within the world it’s good to remain positive and step away from the news.
These two garden bears have done just that everyday they have been out in the garden to entertain locals and to keep the smiles coming.
One thing is for certain they are sure to make the postman look twice when he is dropping off the daily mail.
The concept is simply and it’s about spreading happiness.
The bears decided they wanted to do a little DIY it was digging and cement time
After all that dirty work it was time todo the house work or should we say garden work hovering the grass.
Washing, drying and ironing the clothes.
It was time to head out but the car had a flat tyre that would need fixing before they could safety head off.
The car is fixed but it’s time to check how far social distancing is before heading away in the car for some essential shopping.
While out shopping they decided it would be a good idea to make their own cakes. to help pass the time during the Lockdowns. It was a tasty idea at that.
After all those cakes it was time to play games before the sun went down. These bears will be here a while they’ve got plenty of games to keep them going.
After all that hard work it is time to relax and get the tent up and take some time to enjoy a break.
We love the creativity of these bears. If you have a positive #SmileAnd story please share it using the hashtag or drop us a message and we’ll feature the best within Police Hour.
With all of the negative news we are trying our best to mix it with good positive news.
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