Bleary Young Farmers take part in the ‘I Spy a Rainbow Challenge’

The global rainbow and positivity trend began in Spain and Italy with the intention of spreading positivity and joy to those in isolation at these uncertain times as rainbows are a sign of hope.

Thursday, 23rd April 2020, 9:00 am
Members of Bleary YFC have been painting rainbows in a range of different sizes and locations throughout their rural communities in the aim to spread positivity throughout the population
Members of Bleary YFC have been painting rainbows in a range of different sizes and locations throughout their rural communities in the aim to spread positivity throughout the population

Following on from this trend, Bleary YFC is filled with rainbows and therefore positivity so that as a community they come together as one and support those who are in need at this time.

Members of Bleary YFC have been painting rainbows in a range of different sizes and locations throughout their rural communities 
in the aim to spread positivity throughout the population.

With the intention of brightening up the countryside Bleary YFC have designed these rainbows as part of the YFCU ‘Chase the Rainbow Challenge’ in the hope to bring peace and positivity not only to Bleary but to the rest of the rural community.

As part of this, Bleary YFC sent out letters to local care homes to show the most vulnerable that Bleary YFC care.

During these difficult times in isolation, residents of the care homes would be reassured that the local community is doing everything they can to make life better and more enjoyable for everyone.

Bleary YFC hope to show them that they are trying to spread a positive message.

Remember you are not alone. Rainbows follow the rain and we have to trust that we will get through this together.

Bleary YFC wish to take this opportunity to thank all frontline workers in the NHS and other key workers at this tough time. Club members are very appreciative of all that they do.

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