A family from Little Sodbury are leading the way in social distancing as the coronavirus lockdown isolates the public.

Tommy Ferris and his Nana Jean, took some much needed fresh air and exercise whilst still practicing the importance of social distancing.

Tommy, lives with and cares for his grandmother, whom has dementia and says they have been self isolating for 11 days.

Tommy understands the importance of making every day count, he said:

"We should use this unique opportunity to connect on a deeper level with those we live with. Put our phones down, turn Netflix off , pour a drink and use this time to reconnect with a world without technology.

"Concentrate on bettering ourselves and improve our relationships with loved ones. Laugh, smile and consider the idea that its possible that this virus is giving us a period in our lives that one day we could be grateful for.

"People living with dementia are losing their memories, so if they are losing yesterdays, let's make today's count"

Tommy hopes the photo will "bring a smile amongst the doom and gloom" people are facing.

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