A pub in Cornwall is responding to the coronavirus crisis by setting up a takeaway food service - and using some of the proceeds to fund a new village food bank.
The owners of the Who'd Have Thought It in St Dominick started offering home deliveries as the pandemic set in, and now one pound from every order goes to a new makeshift food bank offering vital supplies.
On Friday Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that all cafes, pubs and restaurants must close, but are still allowed to offer takeaway food.
Social isolation measures will need to be in place for most of a year at least in order to control the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, according to experts' advice to the Government.
Scientists also advised ministers that, while the severity of measures could alternate during the period, the "stricter" measures would need to be enforced for at least half of the year.
The Government published the advice on Friday - a day after Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he expects the tide to be turned in the fight against Covid-19 within 12 weeks.