The ultimate pre-lockdown to-do list!

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With just over 24 hours until England is plunged back into lockdown, parents are busy preparing for the month ahead. 

Mothers and fathers from across the UK have taken to Mumsnet to share their list of essential tasks that have to be carried out before services close tomorrow night. 

Some of them focus on personal well-being, such as booking in for a last-minute haircut, leg wax, or to have acrylic nails removed. Others are focused on getting the house ready by taking unwanted items to the tip or picking up gardening supplies. 

Mothers and fathers from across the UK have taken to Mumsnet to share their list of essential tasks that have to be carried out before services close tomorrow. Stock image

Mothers and fathers from across the UK have taken to Mumsnet to share their list of essential tasks that have to be carried out before services close tomorrow. Stock image

The thread was prompted by this post and has received more than 320 replies

The thread was prompted by this post and has received more than 320 replies

However children are the focus, with parents noting how important it is to make sure there is lots at home to keep little ones entertained over lockdown. 

Others suggested getting a head start on Christmas shopping, particularly if there is a must-have present that might be difficult to find in December.  

One posted: ‘I’ve moved my nail and eyebrow appointments up to tomorrow and booked the boys in for hair cuts. I’m going to go and do some shopping for some craft stuff to keep the 2 year old occupied. and do some Christmas shopping so that I don’t have to rush around doing in December!’

Some of them focus on personal well-being, such as booking in for a last-minute haircut, leg wax, or to have acrylic nails removed

Some of them focus on personal well-being, such as booking in for a last-minute haircut, leg wax, or to have acrylic nails removed

Another wrote: ‘I’m buying Christmas cards, birthday cards just in case, new lounge wear and going to M&S for snacks. Also going to the toy shop for some small Christmas presents so i don’t have to relay on Amazon for them.’

A third added: ‘Get children’s shoes. You couldn’t get them for love nor money during lockdown which is a challenge if you have a rapidly growing toddler. A trip to the bookshop might be in order if we have time. I don’t want to just order things from Amazon.’

Despite the panic, several other posters pointed out that online deliveries are still available and that many items, including advent calendars, stamps and essential medicine, can be bought from supermarkets. 

Others are focused on getting the house ready by taking unwanted items to the tip or picking up gardening supplies

Others are focused on getting the house ready by taking unwanted items to the tip or picking up gardening supplies

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