Rejig usually runs weekly sessions where people ‘meet, make and mend’. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, the group can’t meet at real-world venues so meet online instead and they have organised a variety of ‘virtual’ lockdown projects to stay creative and connected.

“It has been really hard for everyone to adjust to the rapidly changing situation across the globe, and no matter where we live, it has made an impact on every aspect of our lives.

“Along with many groups and community organisations, Rejig has had to adapt rapidly to find new ways that allow us to stay in touch and support each other, through hard times now and better days as they come along. So we have regular Rejig meet-ups, using Zoom – something that anyone can take part in, with a smartphone, computer or tablet that offers access to the internet.”