THE lives of 100 different Bradford people are set to be immortalised in print as part of a special project on the coronavirus pandemic.

In what will become a piece of the district's social history, the Bradford 101 project will feature in Thursday's Telegraph & Argus paper and online.

The Bradford 101 project aims to tell the stories of 101 Bradfordians aged between nought and 100, relaying their experiences - in just 100 words - of what it’s like to live through the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020.

From nurses, care workers and fundraisers to births and life-changing moments, the project is a stark reminder of what we've all lost and the humanity that has got us through so far.

Nigel Burton, editor of the Telegraph & Argus, said: "I hope the supplement can become the definitive chronicle of life under Covid in our city. It really will be a piece of social history."