Take a look outside. Do you have a garden? Are there trees on your street? What would you grow if you could? Stroud is proud of being a town in bloom and for the Edible Stroud initiative to grow edible food in public spaces
The Creative Dimensions Trust is in Tetbury and have launched a series of creative workshops. If you are working on a creative portfolio or developing your CV, take a look at their website to see what they are offering.
Vintage Mary is at Stroud Shambles Market every Friday but during these strange Covid-19 times, why not check out online vintage outlets. Time after Time in Stroud has an online shop with some amazing stock. Do you have any vintage clothes of artefacts around which you could restore and sell online?
Gloucester Rugby Club has developed a home-learning pack which is worth checking out. Even though we are now into the summer term, there is a lot of energy behind closed doors and when the weather is good, it is great to get out in the fresh air as much as we are allowed to.
Gloucestershire Live has featured news about the fruit which needs picking and calls for local people to commit to a few months' work. Sounds tempting, seasonal work to help feed the county, to get you out in the fresh air earning money and keeping fit. An online search for fruit-picking jobs in Gloucestershire will set you on the right path.
SVP have launched a new website with an exciting project called Wild Classrooms to get us all out there, spotting plants, animals and birds. No need to go on safari to exotic places, it is all here under our noses. Spot 60 species in a year is the challenge. New Ventures Trust has signed up. Join with your class, your scout group or as a bunch of friends - you can do it all remotely and make sure you keep to the social distancing rules.