A family drew a giant 150ft long chalk obstacle course outside their home to cheer up their neighbours.
The Rodenhurst family took to the pavement with their chalk and got to work making an enormous obstacle course to cheer up the kids.
Mum Natalie and dad Paul were married in March just before lockdown but had to cancel the family honeymoon to Orlando, Florida.
So they came up with fun things to make their kids smile at home instead.
Residents on their street in Castle Donington, in Leicestershire, have since been hop-scotching, jumping and running as part of the obstacle course.
Account manager Natalie, 35, said: “At first, I made a short obstacle course just to try and get our kids smiling again after the disappointment of such a huge holiday not going ahead.
“I used standard chalk to make the course initially and posted a photo in our community’s Facebook group so people could come and enjoy it.
“It got such a great reaction that I asked my neighbours if they would mind me extending it – they loved seeing people play on it so I did exactly that!
“I added the giant alphabet snake and changed a few activities as it started to fade.
“My neighbour to our left has taken part in the course daily and our neighbours at the bottom of our road are 70-years-old and have both taken part every day as well.”
The obstacle course, first chalked on April 10, also kept Natalie’s daughters Kaitlyn, 10, Izzy, eight and Imogen, three, entertained.
And it has been drawn in weatherproof spray chalk so it will last for the lockdown.