Vulnerable people living in an area in North Lincolnshire dubbed "the forgotten village" say a community effort has prevented them from being cut off during the coronavirus lockdown.

For decades, the village of Whitton near Scunthorpe has been without a local shop - the nearest more than five miles away - prompting fears members of its community may need to put themselves at risk to get supplies.

In the final part of our series of special reports on 'Lives in Lockdown', our reporter Jonathan Brown went to find out how residents are combating rural isolation.

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