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After a storm comes a rainbow: Mandurah residents spread joy in a time of social distancing

Children all over Mandurah have joined the world in sharing their pictures of rainbows in a bid to spread joy during this hard time of social distancing.

The concept is believed to have started in the UK and has travelled to Australia to spread hope and positivity, as well as giving children something to look out for on their daily walks.

Peel residents have joined in with locals from suburbs including Lakelands, Meadow Springs, Madora Bay, Singleton, Golden Bay, Wannanup, Greenfields, Halls Head, Falcon, Ravenswood and Baldivis sharing their rainbows.

On your next walk look out for these rainbows and join the rainbow trail initiative by creating your own.

Have your children been painting rainbows? Send us a photo to editor@mandurahmail.com.au (we'd love to see your kids in the photo too!)