Those taking part in the citizens panel sent us these postcards from the places they live. Included alongside these images they wrote a few sentences about the images and what they think about the places they lives.
Postcards from #britsinEurope
Paul sent us this postcard from Wiesbaden about freedom of movement, his European adventure, and his sadness that his son may not have the same opportunities.
Mark sent us this postcard from his first trip to visit Germany 5 years ago. He reflects on how his relationship to the country has changed since then.
John sent us this postcard from Belgium of his choir, which has an international membership.
Jane sent us this postcard from Spain. To her this beautiful sunset represents freedom to move between worlds.
Lin sent us this postcard from Bretagne: for her it’s the true spirit of EU living.
Must sent us this postcard—a picture of his local football team. This is a photo of my local football team, SFC Friedrichshain Internazionale, in 2016; in this picture, we’d just won a penalty shoot-out to be promoted to the city’s top amateur league. The club is truly diverse; its 25 squad members are drawn from 14…
Read the postcard Mair sent us, in which she describes viewing Brexit from her garden in Germany
Faye sent us this postcard from Italy. It shows her Italian husband’s family home and what Foligno means to her.
Read Justin’s postcard from Spain, about what the place he lives means to him.
Oliver sent us this postcard from Frankfurt
Read Russell’s postcard from Oldenburg
Read Julia’s postcard from Amsterdam