Your Covid-19 messages and tributes

Covid-19 has changed the world in ways that none of us could have imagined. The coronavirus and the lockdown it necessitated have caused tragedy, but have also prompted our communities to pull together in new and inspiring ways.

This page is our tribute to those who carried on bravely: those working on the front line, raising money for charity and helping their friends, relatives and neighbours; and, of course, those loved ones we have lost.

If you know someone who you want to thank, praise, remember or pay tribute to, we would be honoured if you were to leave your messages, poems, stories and artwork here.

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In memory of my dear beloved soul mate Dean Cramp who sadly passed away on Sunday 31st January 2021 due to Covid, taken from us too early, you fought so hard and I'm so proud of everything you achieved in life, I miss you every single day and if there's any justice in this world we will meet again, till then my darling rest in peace , my love for you always xxx

By Karen McCarthy

By Michael james summer's Islamic wife Leanne Louise Richardson

Remembering my dear friend Bob who died in a car accident, with stage 4 cancer and yet was listed as a covid death by our NHS heroes. Never forgotten.

By Leeroy Jenkins

To all NHS STAFF Thank you for all your Fantastic work

By Barry Barker

Dear tommy who will be laid to rest today 16th February 2021. I will miss visiting you in Yorkshire. Forever in my heart.

By Kathy Walsh

By Wendy Mcevoy

Thoughts and condolences go out to the family of Mrs Lily Dunn who sadly died of Covid on the 31st January
Lily was a lovely lady who lost her disabled Son to Covid in 2020 but she was always positive and never moaned
God bless Lily I will miss you, you died on my Mum's anniversary who also died 31st January 2016. I hope you are at peace and all together now. You will be missed Sheila xxx

By Sheila Marks

Remembering today 31st January my dear Mum Jean Marks. So missed and so loved.
Sheila Justin Benjamin xxx

By Sheila Marks

for my aunt Margaret who last her life on the 22 12 2020 for ever in our hearts

By Nicola Reeves

I will always remember the tragic loss of Dr KK Madison with vivid. He was not only my GP but a good friend. Helping me through some dark times in my life having moved to another area, I could never find someone to be as good as he was. Always remembered never forgotten.

By Martin Kemp

By Tracy Marr

By Craig Adamson

By Karen Cluer