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By Fiona Reid
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This corona life

A RECORD of life during the coronavirus crisis is being made by Dumfries Museum.

They are working with The University of Edinburgh’s ethnology programme to build historic records of what life is like just now in Dumfries and Galloway.
And they are keen to receive submissions and contributions from people across the region detailing their activities during lockdown, especially photos showing homeschooling, volunteering and working in frontline services.
A spokesman said: “The project aims to capture the mood of a nation so that people in the future can know what it was like.”
Pictures should be sent to dumfriesmuseum@dumgal.gov.uk and should be no larger than 3MB in size.
For further information about the project and instructions on how to also submit video or audio files please visit https://edin.ac/2yn8yMc
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