Day Twenty-One

Bishopsteignton Lockdown Diary

Last night’s Government announcement and other news. The thoughts and feelings of the village as it faces the twenty-first 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 Twenty-Two.

News since last nights announcement

Coronavirus: Top stories this morning – BBC Breakfast | BBC

Coronavirus: Spain begins to ease lockdown to revive economy – BBC News

Coronavirus: Ecuador struggles to bury its victims – BBC News

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson says ‘it could have gone either way’ – BBC News

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

From Teignmouth Oracle

www.facebook.com/TeignmouthOracle/photos/a.558686144179200/2852037951510663/

www.facebook.com/TeignmouthOracle/posts/2851234068257718

www.facebook.com/TeignmouthOracle/photos/a.558686144179200/2851126998268425/?type=3&theater

One Reply to “Day Twenty-One”

  1. Thought I’d order some paint from B&Q today so that we can do some decorating whilst we have time on our hands. The system is that you can order items on line and then drive to the store where B&Q staff will put your stuff in the boot for you outside the shop. Seems like a great idea but when I tried to access their website there is now a ‘virtual queue’ to even get onto the web site to browse. I assume this is to stop the web site from crashing … but the 3 times I tried today I got a message saying the expected queue time would be an hour!!!! I think I will have to try in the middle of the night?
    I have to say a really big thank you to Alison for opening the Pharmacy today on a Bank Holiday. Mum needed an emergency supply of corn plasters and I was able to get them in a relatively ‘safe’ way here in the village instead of queuing with lots of people in Kingsteignton.

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