Back on the lockdown series…
In Greek mythology, the deer is associated with Artemis, daughter of Zeus and Leto and the Greek goddess of the wilderness. Her symbols included a bow and arrow and the deer, which represents instinct and independence.
The deer is also a symbol of Chinese good luck. Often shown to represent the longing for a healthy life. It is, therefore, a welcome sighting through my jogging adventures in the Surrey hills. This majestic sight is captured in the pictures shown below:
In other news this week, the government rolled out a new ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme, which aims to serve as a lifeline to the UK’s hospitality sector as it emerges from lockdown. As a student, this is a lucky and exciting opportunity to sample several restaurants that I may have been more hesitant about before… I guess I have the deer to thank!
From the 3rd of August to the 31st of August, customers will receive a 50 percent discount when they eat in at restaurants that are registered with the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme. A sure way to get the economy up and running again.
Hoping and praying that everyone remains safe during this time.
That’s all for now folks,