With Eid around the corner, many of us will be staying at home to do our part in helping to control the virus. Some of the little ones in our family may be missing out on seeing extended family members, aunties, uncles or grandparents, so we’ve put together some easy Eid decoration ideas to add that special touch while we spend Eid at home.
With Eid also falling on a bank holiday weekend, some of us may be keen to head to the park to relax, sunbathe or have a picnic, a much-needed respite after being in lockdown!
Remember to keep to the rules when you do go out, which will help to protect us, our friends and families, so we can enjoy and have a safe Eid. We can do this by keeping 2m apart from anyone outside of our household and washing hands thoroughly as soon as we arrive back home. Keeping local and walking or cycling, if you do go out, will avoid the need to use public transport too.
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AD| While Ramadan in lockdown has forced us to stop our normal activities, its also help us reach spiritual empowerment. This Ramadan we’ve come together as a family and made it beneficial and fun for us to enjoy inside our home, we may be physically distancing from our loved ones but we are spiritually connected and focused on making light of this temporary situation by keeping our spirits high and making the most of the time we have with eachother. So let’s keep going and protecting eachother! We can do this🙏🏽 #Partner #VirtualRamadan #RamadanAtHome #PhysicalDistancingSpirituallyConnecting
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