St George's Day: How you're celebrating across the Midlands

St George's Day looks very different this year as the coronavirus outbreak has put a stop to all outdoor celebrations.

Usually, streets across The Midlands would be lined with people, but despite the lockdown, many of you have been getting creative at home.

  • Wayne Downes from Aldridge says his garden bar is "all decked out" to celebrate the day.

  • Tanya Jane has a created a colourful display in her front window in the West Midlands.

How you're marking St George's Day at home. Credit: Tanya Jane
  • Lorraine Carr, from Birmingham, has been designing their own dragons.

How you're marking St George's Day at home. Credit: Lorraine Carr
  • Stephanie Brookes from West Bridgford, Nottingham has decorated her window with hearts in traditional St George's Day colours.

How you're marking St George's Day at home. Credit: Stephanie Brookes
  • Michelle Wilkes from Stoke-on-Trent said: "We've dressed our boss Donna Wood up as St George in an outfit made by the residents. We've had a great day celebrating and many laughs have been had."

How you're marking St George's Day at home. Credit: Michelle Wilkes
  • Douglas Court Care Home in Derby say they've been painting and are having a tea party in the garden.

How you're marking St George's Day at home. Credit: Douglas Court Care Home in Derby
  • Rachael Topham said: "Celebrating in our garden on this gorgeous sunny day, proudly flying our flag. Happy St George’s Day everyone from Nottingham."

How you're marking St George's Day at home. Credit: Rachael Topham
  • Lee Anthony Beet said: "My sisters Cherise's Rainbow she made for The NHS workers to show her support for St George's day."

How you're marking St George's Day at home. Credit: Lee Anthony Beet