A mother is using Lego to teach her children about social distancing and a zoo has raised money as it fights for its future in Thursday’s news.
An NHS worker was reunited with her daughters and a fundraising grandmother plans a 1,600-mile bike ride, in Wednesday’s news.
A children’s illustrator has broken a world record and raised thousands for charity with an online art class, while a collection of photographs showing life in lockdown has been preserved in a time capsule.
Fundraisers are walking, running and swimming nearly 7,000 miles to help the families of Filipino frontline workers who have died of coronavirus, while an artist has unveiled a mural dedicated to Covid-19 in Birmingham, in Friday’s news.
Beer company BrewDog has launched a new drink with profits going towards making hand sanitiser for the NHS, while dogs have been visiting seals after a sanctuary’s visitors dried up in Thursday’s news.
A care home opened for the first time in weeks to allow socially-distanced visits from family members, while the Duchess of Cornwall has joined an all-star line-up for a retelling of Roald Dahl’s James And The Giant Peach.
The chain worn by Normal People’s Connell Waldron is being raffled for charity, while a doctor and nurse whose wedding was cancelled because of coronavirus have got married in hospital.
A teenage carer makes PPE and a choir met up for a virtual performance in Friday’s news.
A 100-year-old man was congratulated by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer for smashing his fundraising target, while a baby deer was saved by firefighters in Thursday’s news.
A pod of dolphins was spotted swimming off the coast of Northumberland, while face masks have been designed to enable the deaf community to lip-read, in Wednesday’s news.
A great-great-grandmother has created a model hospital called Knittingale, while a young disabled man has raised over £14,000 for charity with his 2.6 Challenge, in Tuesday’s news.
A teenager has completed a marathon after having surgery and former prisoners have been sewing face coverings, in Monday’s news.
A coronavirus survivor met his grandson and Stephen Fry hosted a Virtual Pub Quiz, in Friday’s news.
A care home resident celebrated her 107th birthday and a key worker who saved a policeman’s life won the lottery, in Thursday’s news.
A lost sausage dog was returned home with the help of some cooked bacon, while a woman has knitted miniature versions of NHS nurses, in Wednesday’s news.
A doctor who had to miss his daughter’s first birthday because of the pandemic was surprised with a party to celebrate, and a giant panda cub made its first appearance at a Dutch zoo in Tuesday’s news.
London boroughs are collaborating on a project to feed the vulnerable, while a five-year-old cyclist has raised £1,200 by taking part in the 2.6 Challenge, in Monday’s news.
A man who described his neighbours as a “big family” has built a hatch in their shared fence so they can enjoy a socially-distanced drink.
Stargazing enthusiasts have been marvelling at the emergence of a pink supermoon in the night skies over the UK.