LymeOnline’s Philip Evans shares stories and experiences from 12 weeks of self isolation during the coronavirus epidemic. To view more comment and opinion pieces, visit our Blogs section.
I AM writing this diary entry much later than usual as I left my daily exercise routine to this afternoon so that I could comment on whether the great fears of an invasion by day-trippers as second homers, following the slight relaxation of coronavirus lockdown, were justified. […]
THIS has been a busy week for the LymeOnline team. Having been forced to suspend our printed version, we decided to work through lockdown so that we could continue keeping the residents of Lyme Regis, Uplyme and Charmouth up to date on all the coronavirus information. […]
YESTERDAY the second home owners of Lyme Regis hit back. In a sustained – and in cases venomous – attack on social media, they were warned with veiled threats not to venture into Lyme Regis with another Bank Holiday approaching and lockdown travelling relaxed. […]
HAVING past the 50th day of isolation, during which time I have written more than 50,000 words on coronavirus and how Lyme is coping, I have self-imposed a restriction on the number of news bulletins I am watching and to which I am listening. […]
YESTERDAY was not a good day. The future of LymeOnline depends on our ability to continue keeping our readers informed on how we are all coping with coronavirus and maintaining a news service at a time when very little is happening. […]
THIS week – especially those of us in the “extremely vulnerable” category – will hear what the “new normal” will be like as Boris prepares to unveil his roadmap of how we will freed from coronavirus lockdown. […]
THERE has been little to celebrate these past few weeks but today the whole country is able to forget our woes and celebrate the awe-inspiring example set by Captain Tom Moore. Or do we now refer to him as Colonel Moore? […]