With lockdown just about entering its second week people across North Devon and beyond have been busy posting crazy pictures and ingenuous indoor activities in a bid to stave off the boredom.

Garry Thompson admiring a 20lb 'virtual cod' caught from Ilfracombe Pier. Picture: Garry ThompsonGarry Thompson admiring a 20lb 'virtual cod' caught from Ilfracombe Pier. Picture: Garry Thompson

We’d love to see your silly, funny or inventive pictures or videos of what you and your household have been doing at home or in the garden to keep the cabin fever at bay.

Ilfracombe musician Garry Thompson has been busy taking a few, including tucking into a toilet roll lunch, admiring a magnificent virtual fish caught while on his daily walk and ‘hard at work’ in the garden.

Plus in Combe Martin, locked down locals have been shouting a mild swear word from their windows and balconies at 8pm in scheduled events organised on Facebook.

And our video here shows just a few of the innovative activities bored Brits have been getting up to in the first week of lockdown.

After a 'hard morning' of gardening, Garry Thompson takes a little breather in his Ilfracombe garden.Picture: Garry ThompsonAfter a 'hard morning' of gardening, Garry Thompson takes a little breather in his Ilfracombe garden.Picture: Garry Thompson

We’d love to share more of your madcap pictures and videos, so email us at newsdesk@northdevongazette.co.uk or post them with this story on our Facebook page.

'I'm glad I've got pets' says Steve Eddy as he shows his amphibian tank what might be happening in week four of lockdown. Picture: Steve Eddy'I'm glad I've got pets' says Steve Eddy as he shows his amphibian tank what might be happening in week four of lockdown. Picture: Steve Eddy

Elf isolation - a new take on 'elf on the shlef'. Picture submitted by: Adam AstonElf isolation - a new take on 'elf on the shlef'. Picture submitted by: Adam Aston

Sel-isolating in Combe Martin. Picture: Dave O'FarrellSel-isolating in Combe Martin. Picture: Dave O'Farrell

Shaun O'Farrell is proud of his new home made decking for the garden.Shaun O'Farrell is proud of his new home made decking for the garden.

Not many people have a dalek gaurding the toilet roll, but Paul Clews does. Picture: Paul ClewsNot many people have a dalek gaurding the toilet roll, but Paul Clews does. Picture: Paul Clews

Young Harrison Hammant just heard his dad cough and is taking no chances. Picture: Philip HammantYoung Harrison Hammant just heard his dad cough and is taking no chances. Picture: Philip Hammant