Stories from Lockdown: Luton people share their experiences
“I can’t go into work but my colleagues are there. With Open House, at the moment we’re serving food through the window and the conservatory,
“It is a blessing to have a big family where typically our lifestyle is often busy and challenging and now to make time for each other”
“My name is Huma Qadeer, and I want to share my experience as an Ahmadi Muslim woman during Lockdown in Luton. I am married and
“My Name is Lauron Macauley and I am 24 years old. I have two children ages 8 and 4. Being in lockdown has been very
“The lockdown has brought uncertainty and difficulty for me and my family but along with it came some blessings. My name is Zahra, I am
“The hardest part of Ramadan in Lockdown is not being able to host Lantern’s Ladies Iftars. Each year we host over 150 women every Friday
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