THE ROAD to happiness might just be your driveway.
As the coronavirus [covid-19] crackdown on social events continues, Tamworth's first Chalk and Talk might be the answer to keep the community connected.
When the virus started it was important to the group who started Facebook page Tamworth True, to focus on the positives, organiser Joanne Stead said.
"There's a worldwide movement with people doing similar things, from singing on balconies in Italy to doing craft at home," she said.
"It's part of something bigger, these are concerning times but we want people to focus their energies on the positive and things they can control to take some of the anxiety away."
The festival is this weekend from Friday to Sunday.
All the community have to do is go out and decorate their part of the world with pictures or encouraging words to brighten up Tamworth.
Artists are encouraged to organise times with neighbours, and share pictures on Tamworth True or on Instagram with #chalkandtalk #caremongering and #tamworthtrue.