Maz Stringer says…
There are now a few groups that have begun painting rocks / pebbles and hiding them around Grantham.
I wonder how many everyone can find, photo, and rehide in order to bring a smile to another person. It would be great if you could post the photo to the relevant Facebook group so we can watch the painted rocks travel.Or perhaps there are others who wish to help us spread even more smiles by decorating their own rocks and hiding them around the town. Just don’t forget to write on the back which group you want your rock posted to so you can see it travel too!
Always check the back of the rock to find the group so the members can see their rocks travel.
Let’s try and cover the town with smiles to help bring as much joy and happiness we can during these strange and difficult times.
It’s a wonderful hobby and has even managed to get people (particularly children) who have been anxious about being outside for various reasons to enjoy going out to hide and hunt for rocks.
Blessing rocks was started by 3 teenagers wanting to spread some joy to others. These rocks can travel far and wide. Please join the group by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/374034616547608/
Barrowby village lockdown rockdown was started for the village children. All rocks that state barrowby on them must stay in the village any others can travel. Please join the group by following this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/993502554478191/
Gonerby lockdown rockdown was started for the children of the village. All rocks that state gonerby on them must stay in the village or GHF area any others can travel. To join the group please follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/244579339972677/
Grantham rocks was started a while ago and continues to bring joy. These rocks can travel far and wide. To join the group please follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/917588975046563/
Lincolnshire BP rocks: was started by 7th grantham scout group. These rocks were created by the scouts and their leaders and these rocks can travel far and wide. To join the group follow this link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/561971547590752/