Stories of living through lockdown
Do you live in Gloucestershire?
Are you a disabled person or someone with a mental health challenge?
Would you like to tell others about how you have experienced life through lockdown?
My Pandemic is about shining a light on a wide range of people’s stories of the past months. We would love to hear from you.
By sharing your experiences you could help others and raise awareness about the lives of disabled people and people with mental health challenges in Gloucestershire.
Here are some of the ways you could share your story with us:
- Send us your story in an email.
- Speak to us on the phone, and we will write it down.
- Speak to us on a video call, and we can either write it down, or record it as a video or podcast.
- Stories can be in your own name, a different name, or anonymous.
If you’re not sure which way you’d like to share your story, we’d be very happy to have a chat with you, to help you find what you are most comfortable with.
Check back here regularly for more stories – we will be sharing videos, podcasts, blogs and more, all capturing different peoples’ experiences of living through lockdown.
Would you like to know more?
Contact Hannah who would be happy to tell you more. Text 07701 281945, call 01242 539935, freephone 0800 email@example.com
Take a look at the stories we have been told so far:
We spoke to a young man about the experience of having a visual impairment and living through the pandemic