Christmas is different for everyone this year but especially for the thousands of UK families who have lost relatives to Covid-19.
Here, nine people reveal how they plan to remember the loved ones who are no longer here to celebrate the season with them.
My dad, the Welsh gravy king
“My father was an entrepreneur, raconteur and creative maverick – but he also had a huge heart,” says neuroscientist and author Dean Burnett.
“He was also pathologically obsessed with gravy.”
Peter Burnett died in April at Morriston Hospital, Swansea. He was 58. In the 1980s and 90s, Dean’s parents ran a pub in Pontycymer, in the Garw Valley north of Bridgend.
“My dad was a big community figure and his exploits are still talked about today,” says Dean. “It was a bit like growing up in Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights, but with different accents.”
Last Christmas, Dean received a video message from his dad – which was just…
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