Thousands of people are set to take part in a doorstep challenge tonight (24 December) to raise awareness of loneliness this Christmas.
The national campaign was organised by Mary Beggs-Reid from Harrogate in North Yorkshire, and aims to bring people together at the end of what has been an extremely difficult year for all of us.
In the same vein as the 'Clap for Carers' tribute that the nation took part in earlier this year, this will see people go to their front doors at 6pm tonight and ring their bells for two minutes.
If you don't have a doorbell or bell of some description, that doesn't mean you can't take part, as there are numerous apps you can download to simulate the sound - or even just bring out some pans to bang together.
The event was organsised by Ms Beggs-Reid as a way of getting her neighbours out of the house and raise spirits in the community at the end of a trying 2020.
But since she launched the Facebook page, it has really set off, with more than 491,000 people liking it.
The page description reads: "What started as a little idea for the Harrogate Community is starting to spread so thought a group would be a good idea for all communities all over the world to join in.
"On Christmas Eve at 6pm (your country) we are asking everyone to come outside and ring a bell for 2 mins to spread Christmas spirit and to help Santa fly that sleigh.
"With the added option of set Carols to sing after! It will create a wave of bells across the world.
"After a tough year it would be an amazing memory for the kids and communities. End 2020 with a bit of Magic, hope and togetherness!"
People from across the world, in China and Australia, have already been ringing their doorbells.
Coronavirus has impacted everyone in one way or another.
One of the major effects has been to force people to stay inside their homes, cutting them off from family and friends.
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