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The Stretton on Dunsmore History Society holds regular events. These photographs were taken at some of the events.

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PHOTO GALLERY HOME

JOSEPH ELKINGTON

THE MONUMENT

LOCAL VISITS

EXHIBITION 2011

HISTORY MEETINGS

VE DAY 2020

COVID-19

 

LIVING HISTORY - COVID-19

We are recording the effect of the coronavirus on our community. Here are some photos of what is happening. We will create a display once it is over. In the meantime please send us your photos to add to this website (and keep your best posters etc for the village archive).

Three generations of Teddies
(Paul Waddoups)

Delivering prescriptions - safely distanced (Helen Stewart)

Empty A45 ( Larry Wooding)

Flytipping increased
(Helen Stewart)

Groceries being delivered
(Julia Oakley)

Home haircut (Helen Stewart)

Muntjac seen on the Fosse Way
(Roger Clemons)

Home Schooling Geography
(Helen Stewart)

Queuing at the surgery
(Julia Oakley)

Playground taped off
(Helen Stewart)

Rainbow Teddy (Anne Langley)

Lockdown lottery supporting the village hall (Jill Lewis)

Stay Safe on Knightlow Hill
(Larry Wooding)

Rainbow stones ready to go
(Nicola Marie)

Stay Safe Poster
(Anne Langley)

Volunteers helped in many ways (Helen Stewart)

Ted driving his car and going nowhere (Anne Langley)

Ted with his rainbow jumper (Anne Langley)

Teddies looking for children (Julia Oakley)

Thank you Postman (Julia Oakley)

Thank you shop workers (Anne Langley)

 

 

 

"World Closed", Knob Hill (Gillian Forsythe)

Clapping the NHS(Anne Langley)

Front Garden in Squires Road
(Anne Langley)

Painting Rainbow Stones
(Nicola Marie)

Rainbow in Plott Lane
(Anne Langley)

Teddy in Knob Hill
(Anne Langley)

Sterilised front lawn sale
(Anne Langley)

Telephone Box
(Anne Langley)

 

 

 

 

 
 

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