A CHARITY based on Allen Street in the town centre have put together their own music video that showcases all the extraordinary ways their staff are going above and beyond for the people they support during the coronavirus pandemic.

Health and social care charity Making Space say the outbreak has had a significant impact upon the heath and social care sector but keeping positive and managing staff wellbeing as well as the people using Making Space services has been at the forefront of their minds.

To keep spirits high and to overcome the challenges many services are facing during the Government lockdown regulations, staff at the cause have continued to roll out a schedule of activities across their services for the people they support to enjoy.

Activities have included mindfulness sessions, virtual zoo visits, plenty of games and even a little bit of air guitar fun.

Services across the north west and beyond have taken part in recording videos to be included in the Queen ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ music video.

This was a song voted for by staff, volunteers and service users across a number of social media polls.

Rachel Peacock CEO said: “At the moment, there may be feelings of stress, fear and grief but there is also courage, love and a hell of a lot of inspiration.

"Our staff have the compassion and dedication to pull together and get through these challenging times.

“These are tough times, but we are doing everything we can to not only support the people that use our services but to keep staff morale positive and support our colleagues on the frontline.

“Amongst these inspirational moments that have been captured in the video, you’ll also find moments of silliness. We hope our video both warms your heart and makes you laugh.

"This is a challenging and unpredictable time for everyone, but keyworkers are continuing to work, even with smiles on their faces.

"Making Space would like to continue that smile."

Watch it here: