Parish Snapshot 2020
In just over a week, in common with the rest of the UK and large parts of the world, our village community has seen such utterly profound changes to our way of life that we can barely comprehend any of it. We are threatened with a pandemic so contagious that it can rip through communities causing much misery and suffering if these changes are not adhered to.
The success of all these government inspired changes depends entirely on all of us being inclined to act as one. It seems the very opposite of what we are naturally disposed to – but we have to avoid social contact as much as possible and this is likely to go on for months.
We have therefore decided to open a new web page to encourage Ansty folk of any age to contribute photos, memories, thoughts and things of local interest connected with Ansty parish for others to view and enjoy. It is not a forum page.
We are fortunate to live in such a beautiful area and our community is well connected and no-one should feel left out or lonely. 23-03-2020
Photography by Alan Hardwick, Ansty.
Click on the image to see our very first contribution to ‘Parish Snapshot 2020’! Hopefully there will be more to come!
Photography by Louise Gooding, Ansty.
Click on the image to see our second contribution to ‘Parish Snapshot 2020’! Hopefully there will be even more to come!
Photography by Anne Martin, Ansty.
Click on the image to view our third contribution to ‘Parish Snapshot 2020’! Please keep sending them in!
Photography by Rob W, Ansty.
Click on the image to view our fourth contribution to ‘Parish Snapshot 2020’!
Another selection of Ansty photographs taken during April 2020!
A further selection of Ansty photographs taken in late April and the beginning of May
Click on image to view our latest contribution from local photographers in Ansty.
Another selection of Ansty garden blooms taken by RW in early June