Emerging from her Covid-hibernation in time for her ninetieth birthday, Rita remains a lively character. Welcomed into the world as the source of a few more union pennies during the bitter miners’ strike, Rita’s resilience no doubt owes much to her Lancashire roots. But it was events from her school-leaving weekend, aged 14, that have … Read More
Month: August 2020
How fed up are you with Covid?
Grief or personal suffering make Covid very real. But most of us, personally untouched as yet, are just fed up with Covid. We resent the restrictions. We want freedom from fear. We could wish away all the alarmist headlines. But what can we do? Blame others of it? Now local lockdowns are being imposed, the … Read More