Strangers around Lancashire have been sending each other anonymous Valentine's Day cards in a bid to tackle loneliness and social isolation in the county.
It was organised by Jess Johnson - a mother of two from Preston who is also behind the "Notes to Preston" project.
Notes From Preston is a community project where encouraging messages are left in public spaces to break the stigma surrounding mental health, and reach out to people who are potentially in crisis.
Jess came up with the idea after she struggled with post natal depression following the birth of her second child - which became so severe that she tried to take her own life.
I felt like nobody cared for me - but they did. When I started to talk about my struggles other people opened up and said 'I went though that' - and I just thought 'Well, why don't we all speak about it?'
Jess has now organised a special Valentine's Day project around her local community, to reach out to people who may be struggling at a difficult time of year.
The card exchange works like a secret santa, with people randomly being assigned a stranger who they'll put a Valentine's Day surprise together for.
This was what Jess put in her card:
Jess says it's a great chance to get back to old fashioned community spirit, and help people feel connected.
Social media posts - they're just not real. But when you get a card, you know that someone's gone to the effort of making or buying it for you. You realise that you're not alone, and there are people out there who care - and there are people out there who are struggling as well. >
Jess says the response has been "really really positive" and she hopes to repeat it again next year.
Video report by Lise Mcnally
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