Residents of Fulshaw Park in Wilmslow have been cheering up passers-by with toy bears of all types and sizes displayed in the front windows of their homes.
Similar hunts are taking place in communities around the world to help cheer up children, and adults, during the coronavirus lockdown.
Inspired by the children's book We're Going on a Bear Hunt, written by UK author Michael Rosen, stuffed teddy bears are being placed in windows to give families something fun to do whilst out walking for their day exercise in their own neighbourhood.
Helen Culwick said "Fulshaw Park neighbours looking for ways to keep up spirits during the coronavirus lockdown decided to join in the craze and over 110 bears have been spotted by those doing their daily exercise or key workers on their commute.
"One of the neighbours heard of it happening elsewhere and spread the word on our WhatsApp group, which has previously been used for a neighbourhood watch, and now helping us all keep in touch through the crisis."