The 5 coolest things Irish people have done with their gardens during lockdown 2 months ago

The 5 coolest things Irish people have done with their gardens during lockdown

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As the old saying now goes, the back garden is your oyster.

Yep, fair to say that since Covid-19 restrictions have been introduced all of our worlds have gotten a lot smaller.

But as living space has shrunk, homegrown ingenuity has mushroomed and in JOE we've been blown away by the creativity of our users who have been getting more out of their garden.

Here are five of the coolest thing we've seen Irish people do in their garden since lockdown.

Tricia Coyle from Buncrana in Donegal was inside doing a Zumba class. Her 6-year-old son Dermot came in and informed her that he had been painting outside...

What if you got caught with no lawnmower and a lawn crying out for a trim?

You improvise, people.

via Theresa Tess Hannon

Ronan Hurson from Carrickmore in Tyrone turned ten and all he wanted was a game of hurling and football with his cousins, so his family came up with this ingenious creation.

via Bronagh Hurson

Need some inspiration for your socially-distanced keep-fit regime?

Meet Gareth Allen, who ran 1,254 laps of his back garden, a distance of 30.8 miles…

Millions of people around the world have watched Nathan Fanagan, an under-12 goalkeeper from Kildare put together his own amazing training session.

via Sarah-Jayne Tobin

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