A neighbourhood have made friends for life through the simple act of cleaning.

Several residents in Wheatley, Great Hollands spent their Band Holiday Monday cleaning up their area to make it look tidy.

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Fed up of seeing the overgrown grass and waiting to see who will mow the lawn first, the neighbours clean up together (while social distancing).

Suzy Bhatti was one of the neighbours helping to make it look better.

She said: "It started off with just 2 neighbours cutting grass but as the day progressed more neighbours joined to help make the communal space more desirable to look at.

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"The grass had got incredibly long and the paving had weeds growing out of it. Not any more! The sense of community we have in our block is incredible, even more so since lockdown began. We are all really tired now, but happy!"

This neighbourhood in Bracknell isn't the only community to have stepped up efforts to make friends.

Knox Green resident's have been spending the last 10 weeks throwing social distancing dance parties on their Saturday morning's to lift spirits.

They have done a social-distancing yoga session and danced to Oop's Upside Your Head.