A PHOTO exhibition is set to explore life through the Covid pandemic.

The exhibition at Kendal Parish Church is being coordinated by Anna Chaplain Beverley Moore.

It will launch on October 11, lasting for a period of three weeks, and will be free for anyone who wishes to take a look.

Beverley Moore said: "This came about from an idea I had which was to show something positive from throughout the period of the various different lockdown's, using photography to show what people were doing and how they spent their time.

"We have some photographs of frontline workers including supermarket workers, healthcare professionals and volunteers.

"We've got lots of budding photographers who have been out and about when they were able to."

Kendal College have also joined in with the exhibition, submitting photos from GCSE students.

Beverley Moore said: "There's a variety of pictures, including some of the high street with nobody there. Through the pictures you can see how quiet and still our area was.

"There's also some residential care homes who have sent in some pictures to show what was going on inside the homes during lockdown, such as what they did to keep morale up."

Anybody who wants to send pictures in to be considered for use are asked to drop them off at the church, along with a description on the back.

Alternatively they can be mailed in to the church, addressed to Beverley Moore.

Pictures should be no larger than A5 and must arrive at the church before October 8.