Divinity Road Photo Project

Categories: During pandemic, Long-term residents, Street scene, Students

A street in a global pandemic

This section takes a look at life under lockdown on the street. There have been many responses to COVID19; the creation of an active street support network; the Spring-time weekly 'clap for carers' events on Thursday evenings; reclaiming the street from motor vehicles; a proliferation of posters, drawings and other artwork in windows, on the pavement, and in doorways; individual reactions to the perceived dangers in the wearing of masks and other protective gear - and its disposal; the measures the local Co-op shop has taken to protect its staff and customers; DIY projects undertaken during lockdown, ranging from re-turfing a back lawn to the construction of a home office; an outdoor socially distanced bake-sale - in December, and much more.

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