The Easter weekend is set to be unlike any the UK has seen before due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Families across the Anglia region are having to adapt to staying at home - at a time in the year when they would usually be visiting friends and family and exploring the outside.
ITV Anglia's Natalie Gray has been taking a look at what people have been doing to celebrate the Easter holidays:
For Friend in Deed, a charity aimed at reducing loneliness, the coronavirus lockdown has forced them to change their whole operation.
Founder Kelly Lindsay said: "We've just had to change the way we do everything.
"We still want to reach those same aims of reducing the loneliness, connecting the different ages but we're having to do it virally so we've been sending in a lot of support and sending Easter messages and we've got schools sending cards.
"We're still delivering the same aims but we're having to respond in a different way."
Those who have also adapted for Easter include Ana Adams, who's been dressing up as the Easter bunny on her dog walks in Northampton.
Meanwhile in Essex, Spiderman has been delivering Easter eggs thanks to Ash-Lee Children's Entertainers.