A RENEWED call has been made for residents, organisations and businesses to help document life in lockdown.

The Leader reported recently how Mold Town Council, working with Follow Films, will be documenting life in Mold during Covid-19.

Residents have been asked to share their experience by submitting a short video clip or photograph of their family, business or organisation during this time.

Jane Evans, events and community engagement officer at the town council, has made a renewed appeal for submissions.

She explained: "We want people to send in their photos and videos of how they are coping and communicating - and what they are doing during this period, from home schooling to making rainbows.

"We're also really keen to hear from businesses, voluntary groups, schools and charities on how they have adapted.

"I have had a good response so far but we could do with more photos and videos from within Mold, for example so far we don't have a video yet of the applause on a Thursday for the NHS."

Speaking of the importance of the project for future generations, she added: "This is something we could look back on in many years to come. "It is going to be a point in history and we should definitely document it.

"This is a call to anyone who can take part and there is no deadline at the moment."

Submissions for the project can include making rainbows, home deliveries, the Thursday Clap for Carers, social distancing, empty roads, Tik Tok videos and mask wearing.

It can also include self-isolation, video chats or chats through windows, school challenges, exercise, volunteers etc.

Participants can send in their pictures and videos via email events@moldtowncouncil.org.uk or via WeTransfer at https://wetransfer.com/ to events@moldtowncouncil.org.uk.

Video clips should be no longer than 15 seconds.

For further information, contact Jane Evans on 01352 758532 or email events@moldtowncouncil.org.uk.