My sister in law lives on the outskirts of Leicester and isn't sure if she's included in the lockdown. She works for a care company so I guess it will business as usual for her. However she's also been going over to see her mum (on the outskirts of Derby) three nights a week straight from work to give her a bath. That sounds like a bad idea at the moment.
I too hope everyone in Leicester, and everywhere else are doing OK. I guess these sort of localised lockdowns will be a regular occurrence over the next few months.
It’s the bit inside the red line.Apparently the grey bit was under discussion but left out if the lockdown.
Luckily my mum has taken it better than I thought, but I am not sure how she will continue to react. I have one daughter round the corner so we should be ok to see her whilst she is walking past but the other one is outside the line, which is very sad.
Yes, I could jump in the car and be over the line in 5 minutes but I guess it’s people not following rules that got us into this mess in the first place so will only do that in desperation.
I think it's hit a lot of people that if this has happened in Leicester it might happen here, talking to a work contact who was going to walk to his local village pub on Saturday but isn't now (and we're in Cheshire)