A farmer in Kent donned a giant chicken suit to put a smile on the face of local residents in lockdown as she delivered eggs to their doorsteps writes Henry Goodwin and Joe Wright.

Residents in Betteshanger, Kent, cracked up when they saw local farm owner Sophie Hayes in the bright yellow suit delivering cartons of eggs.
And good egg Sophie plans to Continue her madcap chicken run to bring some much needed cheer.
Ahead of the chicken's arrival, people in need of produce were advised to draw either a chicken, duck or goose and stick it on their front door.
Sophie - decked out in full chicken costume - then delivered the free range eggs, from Chookies Farm in Deal, to every home with an illustration.
In strict adherence to social distancing rules, the eggs are left either on people's doorsteps or by their front gate.
Ahead of Sophie's next delivery, due on Friday, Betteshanger residents have been urged to scribble their best Easter drawings and stick it on their front doors ahead of the chicken's visit.
Jane Morgan, an appreciative local who works as a chef in a care home, said: "She surprised everyone when she arrived dressed appropriately, what a generous wonderful thing to do."
She added: "It's so nice to see something positive happening at the moment, isn't it?"
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