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Tell us: what’s the one object that sums up your lockdown?

Tell us: what’s the one object that sums up your lockdown?

4/15/2021 2:49:00 PM

Tell us: what’s the one object that sums up your lockdown?

As some lockdown restrictions are eased across the UK, we would like to hear about the one thing that epitomises the lockdown for you

Photograph: Mariia Boiko/Alamy Stock PhotoWhat do you associate with lockdown?Photograph: Mariia Boiko/Alamy Stock PhotoThu 15 Apr 2021 12.39 BSTLast modified on Thu 15 Apr 2021 12.40 BSTAs some lockdown restrictions are eased across the UK, we would like to hear your reflections on the past few months. Specifically, what’s the one object that epitomises the lockdown for you?

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It could be something fun, or boring, or an item that bears an emotional significance to you. What sums it all up?Share your experiencesYou can get in touch by filling in the form below. Your responses are secure as the form is encrypted and only the Guardian has access to your contributions.

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