New photo gallery captures 56 Crawley families at start of lockdown


Linda Woodard began her photography project at the start of the first lockdown and has since exhibited her work at the Crawley Museum.

Ms Woodard’s project includes families from all of Crawley’s different neighborhoods and showcases many Crawley-based charities that have provided vital services during the lockdown.

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Many families around Crawley have taken part in the project

The gallery also presents the typical activities of families during the confinement and the objects which played an important role during this period.

Ms Woodard said: ‘I photographed 56 families around Crawley on their doorstep, telling their stories of what this first lockdown had meant to them, including charities such as St Catherine’s Hospice, Crawley Open House and YMCA Crawley Foyer.

The exhibition is presented at the Crawley Museum

“LPK Learning reached out to our community to also collect residents’ own footage.

“We have finally achieved our goal and an exhibition of the photos is on display at the Crawley Museum along with other items representing this first lockdown.”

The exhibition runs from February 3 to March 26 at the Crawley Museum.

The Sainte-Catherine Hospice gets involved
Children are welcome at the Museum
The gallery
Lots to see at the exhibition
People enjoying the exhibition

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