Day Eleven

Bishopsteignton Lockdown Diary

Last night’s Government announcement and other news. The thoughts and feelings of the village as it faces the eleventh day of lockdown. Logged in visitors can post their comments below.

While responses to the Coronavirus Lockdown develop over the next few weeks, we want to record thoughts and actions in Bishopsteignton one day at a time. Please leave two or three sentences and any images you may have in the comments section below. Tomorrow we shall lock these comments and publish Day Twelve.

News since last nights announcement

Coronavirus: face masks may offer more protection than previously thought – BBC News

Coronavirus: Confirmed global cases pass one million – BBC News

Latest from Boris Johnson on Twitter

Posts on social media by local businesses and organisations made on this day

From Bishopsteignton Banter

www.facebook.com/BishopsteigntonBanter/posts/2747353682057191

2 Replies to “Day Eleven”

  1. I spent my Day 11 in the Heritage Hub working on my new series ‘At Home with Your Archive’ to great success. Another beautiful day but I am not going for enough exercise.

  2. 3 of our friends form Bristol were supposed to have been coming to stay for the weekend but this visit has obviously been cancelled. Don’t know when we get together face-to-face again.
    Hubby tried to go shopping at Tesco in Kingsteignton at around 11:00 today, but the queue was back to beyond the click and collect point. He decided to abandon that idea not due to the wait (time is not an issue at the moment) but he was concerned at the sheer number of people trying to shop at the same time as it would be difficult to stay distant from one another. More success at Red Rock Brewery in Humber though – they are selling bottled beer by the case so we are stocked up for the weekend!
    My laptop has decided to die on me so I spent much of the day searching the internet for businesses still trading who may be able to supply a similar model as a replacement. Thank goodness for technology in these trying times but as we take it increasingly for granted, when it lets you down you can feel powerless to take back control.
    Another first this evening – we had a ‘facetime’ drink with friends that we usually meet at Then Old Workshop on Friday nights – this was actually really fun and great to spend some time chatting ‘face-to-face’ with a beer in hand!

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