What's going on in Campden's lockdown?
Here are some images of activities (or not!) in Campden at the moment.
Send us your photos and captions.
Teresa Newman, after training for the Marathon. The dog looks more exhausted!
Teresa Newman completed her 26.2 miles in the Cotswolds, London being off-limits. So far she has £758 for Action Medical Research.
The GPs at Campden surgery presented the staff with hearts in thanks for their efforts. The hearts are made locally of copper.
Mini garden centre! Rachel Cunynghame has raised over £1000 for Campden Edge by leaving plants for sale outside her garden.
Ros Young, getting her exercise by clearing out the trough at Wolds end corner.
Doorstop delivery by Pat, from Fillet and Bone
Waiting outside the Co-op, ready to be called in. No queue necessary, everyone knows their place!
Chairs ready for visitors to the Post Office. Good job it's a fine day.
A conversation in passing!
We were invited to share the Teddy Bears picnic at Mill House by sending in our photos
In June 2020, in the coronovirus lockdown, Tess Taylor and Judith Ellis set up a coconut shy in Leasebourne, to maintain the Scuttlebrook Fair tradition.
Socially-distanced shin-kicking - Chris Marsh and David Hewitt in the virtual fancy dress competition, Scuttlebrook Wake
Almshouses residents enjoying a celebratory tea