Book of Reflection

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

In response to Covid, Kingston's communities have come together like never before to support our neighbours, older and more vulnerable residents, helping to provide food and medicine, to tackle loneliness and isolation, and to keep each other safe.

On 23 March we mark the anniversary of the first Covid lockdown in England. After one year of Covid, we're asking Kingston residents to share stories from the last 12 months, of communities coming together, of families spending time together, and of those we have lost.

The Book of Reflection is a chance to tell the story of Covid in Kingston, and how we have responded together. As we move closer to the easing of restrictions, now is the time to reflect and remember what we have experienced together.

In response to Covid, Kingston's communities have come together like never before to support our neighbours, older and more vulnerable residents, helping to provide food and medicine, to tackle loneliness and isolation, and to keep each other safe.

On 23 March we mark the anniversary of the first Covid lockdown in England. After one year of Covid, we're asking Kingston residents to share stories from the last 12 months, of communities coming together, of families spending time together, and of those we have lost.

The Book of Reflection is a chance to tell the story of Covid in Kingston, and how we have responded together. As we move closer to the easing of restrictions, now is the time to reflect and remember what we have experienced together.

What would you like to share?

Share a memory, experience, or thought about the impact of Covid over the last 12 months. 

Thank you for sharing your story with us.
loader image
Didn't receive confirmation?
Seems like you are already registered, please provide the password. Forgot your password? Create a new one now.
Cancel
  • There are no stories to display. Why don't you share one?
Page last updated: 23 March 2021, 14:24