Local people are being urged to record their experiences and memories during the current lockdown for the benefit of future generations.

North East Wales Archives, which covers both Denbighshire and Flintshire, are appealing for people's information and images from the lockdown to enable people in the future to understand the effects of the Coronavirus crisis on both communities and individuals.

A spokesman for North East Wales Archives said they want to hear about the positive aspects as well as the unsettling and challenging ones.

Contributions can take the form for example of daily journals, poems, drawings or photographs.

Denbighshire residents are asked to email their contributions recording life during this period in history to archives@denbighshire.gov.uk.

Flintshire residents should send their contributions to archives@flintshire.gov.uk