Wood business on back burner as Jenny and Anthony focus on fight against virus

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A Belfast couple have put their internationally-successful business on the back burner to focus on the fight against Covid-19.

Anthony and Jenny of the Dribbly Yak Company are wood engravers with clients all over the world.

But during lockdown they've been producing and selling NHS and rainbow pin badges - then using the profits to make face shields for frontline workers.

Jenny says it's a labour of love with hundreds of the shields already supplied - although the government has been surprisingly slow to accept an offer of help.

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