During COVID-19 lockdowns, towns across Britain witnessed the emergence of graffiti knitters and crocheters making brightly coloured, often topical covers for the nation's iconic red postboxes. Some installed them anonymously under the cover of darkness. Others were happy to identify with their handiwork to raise money for charity and as a boost for their local communities. All faced vandalism and theft - but this did not deter them. Lockdown Letterboxes looks at how everyone's life changed during lockdown but through the experiences of this demographically diverse group making postbox toppers.
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