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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My special friend Jean was taken too early and will always be in my thoughts R.I.P

By Joan Murray

By Susan Chappell

By Susan Chappell

Miss my sister in law Jean Handley. She was one in a million. Taken before her in peace our Jean.All our love Trev

By Trevor handley

By Paul Handley

By Tracey Shorney

By Claire Bebb

We lost our dad to covid, Charlie Wheatley. Dad had plenty of life still for living - our lives will never be the same without you in it. Mum, Carmen - didn't wait long til she joined you. Together again.

By Elena Moore

By Emma Crawford

A light will always be flickering for those we have lost too soon, we would not grieve if we did not love along with the thanks of a grateful nation to all those who like many generations before us answered their country’s call and served with honour and distinction.

By Josh Needham

My Dad
MR Thomas Henry Bye
15 Walpole Street
York YO31 8NN
He was a kind man always there when I needed him I love him so much and miss him every day
You will always be in my heart ❤️ dad
Love you always take care of mum in heaven hope you’re both happy together again wish I could give you both a big hug love always ❤️❤️❤️

By Pamela Atkinson

Rip to all those lost

By James Clark

By Mackenzie Vee Crompton

I would like to thank all my friends and everyone in the NHS who are working so hard every day they have always worked hard but in these uncertain times it has been more difficult. Thank you for putting yourselves first to help others.

By Marena

By Patricia D’ELIA

My thoughts are with everybody who has lost a loved one. May they rest in peace. I sent my love to you all.

By Sylvia watson