This time around, however, it’s November, a dark, cold, and humid month without much.
Thousands of people in Berkshire will not be able to see their families or go to work and will have to face the elements.
However, people are not completely confined to their homes and are allowed to exercise.
The rules state that you are allowed to drive somewhere to do so, which gives you the opportunity to see some of what the county has to offer.
Unfortunately, is it nothing?
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An enemy people may have to overcome is the odd trait of the human race of deciding to live somewhere and then complaining about it all the time.
People who live in towns like Slough, Reading, Maidenhead, Windsor, Bracknell and Wokingham all have a thing or two to say about them.
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And that’s not to say that neither of them are perfect, and Bracknell and Slough both have somewhat unfair reputations that both towns struggle to combat, despite massive regeneration.
And, as these pictures show, Berkshire really is a rubbish place to get stuck in a lockdown.