As a busy person, I don’t see a lot of my local community in the sense of like, neighbours, because that’s quite different nowadays, you don’t know your neighbours as much as you used to. And just silly things, like, you know, you go past a local noticeboard, there’s nothing on there because no one knows how to access it. I suppose on a level that people that I work with, some people just feel after COVID, they just can’t get out. They just feel so isolated, because they’re still so concerned. And I think it’s triggered off a lot of different health issues with certain people as well. And I know I’ve worked with a few people that kind of agoraphobic so that has just really kind of lead to the fact that they just can’t get out and can’t access their community. And I think it’s just knowing what’s going on knowing that you can just pop down the road and go into that place, and there’s going to be people there that want to see you I think an open door is better than a closed door. Because even the places that are welcoming to people don’t always have an open doors, sometimes you’ve got to open itself and from even as for myself as a confident person, if the doors open, I’ll walk through if it’s closed I’m like I don’t know if I want to go in there. So sometimes it’s real small barriers I think that can stop people from getting involved. And sometimes it is that knowledge. And I think nowadays, everything’s going online, which is really big barrier to those that aren’t.