Community View

You've told it to someone who cares! (that's us btw!). Now welcome to the work.shop.play. Community View. This is a random round-up of the latest goings-on from the community. It's a place where we'll share some of the results of the surveys we send you as well as other mumblings and musings from us. We hope you enjoy reading.

  • The work.shop.play. Team

In our 2020 Highlights survey we asked you to play a quick game of 'This or that?' We faced many changes to our lives and routines in 2020… so this was our fun way to reflect on those changes. Our members simply picked 'this' or 'that' from our 8 different lockdown activity combinations 🔒.


  • The work.shop.play. Team

We care what you think, but you knew that. Right? But we don't want to keep our community a secret so we've put some new ads on digital screens and buses and stuff! Check them out!



  • The work.shop.play. Team

Updated: Dec 16, 2020

Thank you to everyone who took the time to share your 2020 Highlight photos! We have our winning entries. We think they capture a different aspect of 2020 - a year like no other! You made us feel warm and fuzzy inside with tonnes of positivity - thank you 😃. From taking comfort in the little things, to taking time out to explore what’s on your doorstep. Even managing to not let a pandemic get in the way of (safely) spending time doing the things we love. Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to everyone who took part. You can take a look at more entries here.


Wishing you a safe and happy festive season.


Audrey McClements from Antrim sent us this winning photo with the caption “He asked and I said YES. My daughter made the cake and we had both his daughters and mine out for a birthday dinner at The Chelsea, Belfast. We’ve been together 6 years and this was such an unexpected surprise”



Our second winner was Debbie Smallwoods from Ballyclare who went on a #Staycation in Derry~Londonderry and had a fantastic time, a lot of history, great local food and shopping.



Mairead Fitzpatrick from Kilmainham told us, along with this photo, that she was a cocooner and didn't go out much. “I learned to appreciate the little things, such as this beautiful view from my sitting room window”.



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