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Preston’s buildings bathed in yellow to remember those we have lost to Covid

Posted on - 24th March, 2021 - 9:59am | Author - | Posted in - Health, Politics, Preston City Centre, Preston News, Uncategorized, University campus
The Harris was lit in yellow last night to remember those we have lost over the past year. Pic: Tony Worrall

Yesterday (Tuesday, 23 March) marked one year since the UK went into lockdown for the first time.

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Buildings across Preston were lit up in yellow to mark the occasion.

Market Hall, Preston. Pic: Tony Worrall

End of life care specialists Marie Curie organised a Day of Reflection to acknowledge people we have lost over the past year.

Prestonians were encouraged to shine a light on their doorstep at 8pm as a sign of respect to the hundreds of thousands who have lost their lives in the past year.

Adelphi Square and UCLan new student centre. Pic: Tony Worrall

Lancashire County Council’s County Hall was lit up in yellow last night to remember those Lancashire has lost to Covid, and for those going through a bereavement.

County Hall was lit up in yellow. Pic: @LancashireCC

All the buildings looked majestic as people across Lancashire gathered together to participate in the doorstep vigil.

County Hall. Pic: @LancashireCC

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