Coventry kids spread positivity rather than coronavirus with rainbows in windows - The Coventry Observer

10th Aug, 2022

Coventry kids spread positivity rather than coronavirus with rainbows in windows

John Carlon 25th Mar, 2020

CHILDREN in Coventry have joined youngsters around the world to place rainbows in their windows.

As schools are closed and families are faced with staying indoors to stop the spread of coronavirus, kids have joined in with the online trend to display optimism.

The posters urge passers-by to ‘be positive’ to overcome the restrictions brought about by the pandemic.

One Coventry mum, Emily Young, has set up the ‘Rainbow Windows Coventry’ Facebook group, to bring the pictures together.

The Observer visited Radford in Coventry, to see these window rainbows.

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