As we all struggled to come to terms with the Coronavirus pandemic, Tudor was approached to help pack and distribute art packs to vulnerable children in the local area.
Even though Tudor had furloughed the majority of the staff, the two directors and a few staff who had continued to work, set about collating and packing the supplied art materials. These included books, pencils, crayons, paints as well as more unusual items such as sequins, feathers, beads and buttons.
The first task was to make up 400 bags of the smaller items so they could be kept separate if needed.
These were then packed with the pencils, books etc into individual boxes.
Before being sealed and sent out to central distribution points.
A local news channel picked up on the story and showed the joy on the face of the recipient as he opened the box, which made the job worthwhile.