The High Wycombe Business Improvement District are doing their bit to spread a bit of cheer during testing times.

The coronavirus has seen the country go into self-isolation, people are panic buying in the supermarkets and the cases in the UK are increasing as our elderly residents are at risky.

However, the company are aiming to put a smile on your faces during this time of uncertainty.

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How are they doing this?

Well, they posted a photo on their Twitter account of several chairs hanging from a specially made bunting on Cornmarket in High Wycombe.

This is in reference to the town’s chair-making history.

In their tweet, they said: “We figured everyone’s newsfeed could do with a spot of brightening up, so here’s a picture of our fab new ‘chair-tastic’ #heritage bunting.

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“It’s our little nod to the town’s proud furniture history.

“Let us know what you think?”

The photo was met with positive reaction online with the Wycombe District Council Twitter page saying that it ‘looks good’, and with Twitter user Annabel Thomas saying it was ‘delightful’.