A Glossop gift shop is helping local families by kindly offering to print out children's school work for free.
Forever Love, based at Glossop Brook Business Park on Surrey Street, is providing the service for anyone in the local area who doesn't have access to a printer at home.
Schools are still closed to the majority of pupils during the national lockdown, with many youngsters currently learning from home.
Forever Love said on its Facebook page: "We have noticed quite a few people without printers struggling to print school work whilst studying from home. Obviously, a lot of the classes are online but we know sometimes print outs are useful, or necessary for homework.
"As a family business, many of us have children too so we understand the pressures of homeschooling. We want to help in any way we can so we’re offering free printing for schoolwork to everyone in the local area that can’t print themselves.
"Simply email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to use this Print & Pick-Up service and we’ll do anything we can to help with the mammoth task of homeschooling.
"Please share this or spread the word to anyone who’s local to our Glossop location (on Surrey Street, just past Tesco)."
Forever Love have since said they have been "overwhelmed" by the reaction to the service and thank everyone for helping to spread the word.
They said: "Thank you to everyone that has helped us spread the word of our free Print & Pickup initiative to help local school children. We’ve been overwhelmed by the reaction it’s received.
"Our local community, along with all of you wonderful people, have been amazing. We’ve had schools posting about it, our local MP and now even local celebrity Adam Corbally is getting behind the programme.
"Thank you to everyone who’s helped us and continues to help us."