I was just thinking of ways we could help out in the local community as mentioned in an earlier discussion. There's the NHS, my partner she works in the NHS sector, but I don't want to double the risk of being infected and bringing the disease home to my family. As I'm back working now following all the guidelines and safety precautions, I have my regular domestic customers who's gardens I maintain, and the local council are struggling with their staffing levels I thought about offering my services free of charge to maintain the local parks and public areas, so people can enjoy their surroundings when they can go for their daily walk/run.
It was also mentioned earlier about shutting up shop and taking the government's money to provide a free service to the elderly and people who are unable to maintain their gardens. This was another option I was thinking of but will we be allowed to do this because we haven't been officially shut down yet and are able to work without claiming benefits.
All this could change if we are eventually put in a hard lockdown, which I wish the government would have done for at least two weeks, but while we can any ideas/thoughts.