From a 74-year-old woman fundraising by running 5km a day in her back garden, to a milestone moment for 'Feed The Heroes', here are five positive things happening right now.

1) Janet Smith, 74, from Shankill, Dublin, is aiming to run 5km a day in her back garden to fundraise for the Purple House Cancer Centre. She will run the equivalent of two marathons to support families living with cancer during Covid-19. Donations can be made at www.purplehouse.ie/donations.

2) The Harmania Indie choir in Waterford have recorded a rendition of One Voice by The Wailin' Jennys as they feel it carries "a poignant sentiment for the strange times we now live in". Over 30 choir members recorded their parts in isolation before they assembled the video in full. A good way to keep their harmonies sharp!

3) As the grass on the green in McGrath Park in Blackrock, Co Cork, became overgrown, seven residents got together to cut it from a social distance. Talk about teamwork - and the video is impressively methodical as they work from two metres apart.

4) Feed The Heroes are celebrating a milestone as they have now delivered 55,000 meals to Ireland’s frontline workers nationwide. Feed The Heroes is a not-for-profit fund that was set up to bring nutritious meals to frontline workers during the Covid-19 pandemic on a daily basis. You can lend your support at www.feedtheheroes.com.

5) And finally, the staff at Gowran Abbey Nursing Home in Kilkenny took some a moment to entertain their residents with some dance moves…