?Over lockdown we have lost and gained many things. Within my neighbourhood we have gained an overwhelming sense of community, yet we have also gained a rise in petty crime. Including bike and car theftThe knock on their door by hospital staff said they had no idea it was happening and some said communication was too last minute.. However when we began to question wether Surrey really is as safe is we think and our padlocks as efficient as sold. The house bound homes of Surbiton came together in order to do some detective workA Syrian boy is evacuated after a regime airstrike on Ariha town in Syria. How you ask? Well, with thanks to Jamie Siminoff’s ring doorbell a motorbike was brought back to its rightful owner.
Since the start of the pandemic, we have all found innovative and new ways to stay connected. On my street our solution was to create a neighbourhood WhatsApp group. It’s called the neighbours support group and has really been a member of our lockdown journeyour hospitals will stay running,.?