Stevenage Stories – pandemic experiences
What are your experiences of the Covid-19 pandemic?
What stories do you want to tell?
The Stevenage Legacy and Resilience Partnership are gathering people’s stories of this extraordinary and challenging time. Two years into the pandemic, with its huge social and emotional upheavals, this is an important moment to reflect, to share what we’ve been through, and to document this unique historical moment for posterity.
Book a slot to visit Junction 7 Creatives on Saturday 26th February or Stevenage Museum on Saturday 5th March to share your stories and experiences in a 45-minute conversation. You are also welcome to take part online (via Zoom) of by telephone (you can let us know when you book).
We are particularly interested to hear from pairs of people who feel they have a story to tell together: perhaps someone you shared a living space with during lockdown; perhaps a family member or friend you were physically separated from for a long time; perhaps a neighbour or someone from your local community…
You’re equally welcome to come along individually and to share a cuppa and a conversation with a member of our team.
With your permission, we will record these conversations to build a lasting, collective record of our experiences of this time.
To book a space, please complete this simple online form – or call John Prebble on 07854 426247.
Places are available on a first-come, first-served basis and we will keep a waiting list since we hope to keep these conversations going…
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us – firstname.lastname@example.org or 07854 426247.
Stay well and keep your stories flowing,
The Stevenage Legacy & Resilience team