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Abingdon People in Lockdown

Abingdon Museum Project


You can download a high-resolution version of the poster here.

Abingdon Museum is collecting stories of life during Coronavirus. The aim of this project is to create a digital time-capsule of our experience of lockdown.
We invite everyone to share their lockdown experience. We would like to hear lockdown stories from the point of view of children and young people, from parents tasked with home-schooling, from those working on the front line, from those working in the background and from those shielding or isolated. In fact, whatever your experience has been, we are interested to know about it.

Submissions may include photos, videos, diaries or rainbow drawings. If you like to get involved in this project, please send your story by attaching photographs, poems, audio recordings, video performances, artworks or writings about your experience to writing 'Abingdon People in Lockdown' in the subject line.
This is an ongoing project and there is no deadline for submissions.

By sending us your contribution, we assume your consent that the museum can use the material for educational and exhibition purposes. The material may appear in our documentation, on our website, our social media channels, or in displays and presentations. If you do not want us to use your contribution in such ways, please let us know. The contact details you provide will not be shared. All data will be stored by Abingdon County Hall Museum.




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