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How to stay happy like the Danes during winter lockdown is an article I read in The Times.
Apparently Denmark is grappled with coronavirus rates higher than most of its Nordic neighbours and is also now on the UK quarantine list and the economy is facing its biggest contraction since the Second Word War with dark and dreary winter well on its way. But this doesn’t bother the Danes, they are still happy.
Where else in the world would choose this moment to open a Happiness Museum, devoted to the subject for which the Danes are most famous? And not only that, but manage to attract up to 70 smiling visitors a day, even with the dearth of tourists on Copenhagen’s streets.
The Telegraph wrote that one study even found that the closer a country is in distance to Denmark, the happier its people are likely to be! So…
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There are several traditional Devon and Cornwall cream tea companies who are open to delivery, and they don’t just delivery to Devon and Cornwall.
You can get a delivery to your home from any of the following companies:
- Devon Heaven – Cream Tea Hampers from £19.95 by post
- Delimann – Cream Tea Hampers delivered to your door from £20.95
- Devon Hampers – Cream Tea Hampers delivered to your door from £13.95
- Cornish Cream – Cream Tea Hamper delivered by post from £16.95
- Cornish Scone Company – Cream Tea delivered by post from £9.50
- Purely Devon Hampers – Cream Tea Hamper delivered to your door from £16
- Louise’s Larder – Cream Tea delivered by post from £22.95
- The Cornwall Hamper Company – Cream Tea Hamper delivered to your door from £14 (for 2)
- Classic Cornish Hampers – Classic Cream Tea Hamper delivered to your door from £16
- Aune Valley
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Everyone is trying to do their bit to help people out at the moment including a North-East church who are delivering hundreds of afternoon teas in a bid to combat loneliness.
According to the Evening ExpressSkene Parish Church teamed up with several Aberdeenshire-based organisations to form the Westhill Community Resilience Support Group. They provided 190 teas to people who were shielding or at risk of loneliness over lockdown.
The Resilience Support Group has also been involved with delivering shortbread to sheltered accommodation alongside a card made by a local primary school pupil. The group also plans to deliver an afternoon tea to a care home. To find out more about Skene Parish Church, or to donate. go to the Skene Parish Church website.
From tapas to afternoon tea : 18 Sunderland cafes and restaurants doing delivery in local lockdown. The Sunderland Echo write that with restrictions changing regularly…
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