“Lockdown Letters” were originally written as weekly pieces, sent to friends and acquaintances during the first five months of the national lockdown, following the spread of the global COVID-19 virus in March 2020. Personal reflections on the positive and negative effects of the lockdown, the letters are a kind of commentary on this strange time which has the potential to change our lives, society and the world, for years to come.
Profits from sales of “Lockdown Letters” will be equally divided between Medical Aid for Palestinians and The Fund for Human Need, a small, effective Methodist charity. Copies price £6.50 can be obtained from Warren Bardsley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01543 255292. Note that this is a limited print run, and there will be a small discount on orders of five copies or more.