We heard you #ClapforCarers
It was an emotional time for our staff listening to the applause from the communities we serve and protect. Thank you
Thank you to the thousands of people who took to their doorways, gardens and windows to cheer on the NHS.
Our staff heard you.
They heard neighbours, friends, colleagues, patients and service-users clapping their gratitude and encouragement.
They heard communities unite to praise their commitment and hard work.
They heard the nation, at a time of social distancing, join together to clap for carers and the NHS at 8pm on Thursday, March 26.
And our social media feeds lit up with videos and messages of applause for our staff across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Banes, Swindon and Wiltshire.
We go to work for you. Please stay at home for us.
#ClappingforCarers in a tiny #WestBerkshire village , sorry it's a bit dark , lots of social distancing but cheers for the heroes in @BerksWestCCG @RBNHSFT @GWH_NHS @OxfordHealthNHS @HHFTnhs @BHFT @SCAS999 @WestBerkshire @TVP_WestBerks @NHSuk pic.twitter.com/VZeXB7ONUj
— HealthWWBerks (@HealthWWBerks) March 26, 2020
Our #NHSpeople heard you. We are absolutely bowled over by your support. Thank you #ourNHSpeople and all the key workers stepping up to help our communities. We are #oneOHFT. #clapforcarers #covid19 pic.twitter.com/bwCuBjhWSD
— Oxford Health NHS FT (@OxfordHealthNHS) March 26, 2020
#clapforNHS in Oxford tonight✨ @NHSuk @OxfordHealthNHS @BBCOxford pic.twitter.com/JyzQ30sIwD
— Stevie McAvoy (@Stevie_McAvoy) March 26, 2020
My street everyone – feeling so bloody proud of all of you @OxfordHealthNHS @SCAS999 @OUHospitals pic.twitter.com/K8MHbe9cSZ
— Bjane21 (@bjane2168) March 26, 2020
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Published: 27 March 2020