Warren Bardsley were originally written as weekly pieces sent to friends and acquaintances, during the first five months of a national lockdown, following the spread of the global coronavirus pandemic in March 2020. They are personal reflections on the positive and negative effects of COVID19 during this strange time – a sort of commentary on events which might in retrospect be seen as a period of profound change – with the potential to mould our personal lives, society and the world, for years to come. Warren Bardsley is a retired minister living in Lichfield. Profits from sales of this book will be equally divided between Medical Aid for Palestinians and a small, effective Methodist
charity, the Fund for Human need.