Living History: Our Lives in Lockdown

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Title

Living History: Our Lives in Lockdown

Description

A collection of contributions from members of the Trafford community, documenting life in the Trafford area during the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic and lockdown.

We invite you to add to this collection, by visiting our 'Contribute to our site' page. Through this link, you will be able to add images, stories, oral histories, and more.

Date

2020

Rights

Material may be subject to copyright law, in accordance with the UK Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. Under the terms of 'fair dealing' it may be used for non-commercial research and private study. The person using the image is responsible for any infringement.

Collection Items

A56 cycle ride
People riding bicycles along the popup cycle lanes long the A56, on 25 July 2020

A56 cycle ride
People riding bicycles along the popup cycle lanes long the A56, on 25 July 2020

A56 cycle ride
People riding bicycles along the popup cycle lanes long the A56, on 25 July 2020

COVID Denial Graffiti
Graffiti describing COVID-19 and the measures taken to prevent its spread as a 'hoax', written on a door on Springfield Road in Sale.

Sale Library
While the library was closed during lockdown, parcels were assembled in Sale Library to go out to Trafford's Community Response Hubs. These tampons were some of the supplies sent to Trafford residents.

Sign at St. John's Centre
A sign to remind visitors to social distance at St. John's Centre, Old Trafford. During lockdown, the Centre was used as one of Trafford's Community Response Hubs.

Food parcels in Sale Library
While the library was closed during lockdown, food parcels were assembled in Sale Library for distribution to Trafford's Community Response Hubs.

Holy Family Catholic Primary School
Artwork outside Holy Family Catholic Primary School on Old Hall Road, Sale Moor.

Food parcels in Sale Library
While the library was closed during lockdown, food parcels were assembled at Sale Library for distribution to Trafford's Community Response Hubs.

Cross Street in Lockdown
Cross Street in Sale, deserted of cars on the morning of Sunday 29th March 2020, the end of the first week of the nation's total lockdown.
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