HOPEFULLY there will be a time when Covid-19 will just be a memory and a chapter in history books, but it is an important historic event and people in Tenbury are being invited to make a record of their experiences.

Malvern Hills District Council has launched a call out for people to share their experiences and memories of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Covid-19 outbreak is undoubtedly a landmark moment in human history, and it is important to capture information about what happened locally, to help inform future generations.

People are encouraged to send in messages of goodwill they have received from neighbours, rainbow pictures they have drawn, messages of thanks they have left for key workers, diary entries they may have made during lockdown, video blogs, photographs, video footage, poems, songs or artwork.

“It’s important we don’t forget any of this," said Councillor Sarah Rouse, leader of Malvern Hills District Council.

"I hope in time we will be able to look back and reflect on how we all came together to beat this virus and built a better society as a result,” Uploading is online at: www.malvernhills.gov.uk/memorybank.