WARRINGTON residents once again sang, cheered, clapped and banged pots and pans for carers as members of the community showed their support for the NHS and key workers during the coronavirus crisis.
From 10 Downing Street and up and down the country people turned out in their thousands to show their support during the now weekly tradition at 8pm each Thursday.
Cheshire Fire and Rescue and United Utilities Water on Wheels Team were among those organisations showing their support.
— HWWarrington (@HWWarrington) May 14, 2020
Tonight we show our appreciation for the NHS, carers and key workers across the county and country as we join you in giving them a well-deserved round of applause #ClapForNHS #ClapForKeyWorkers #ClapForCarers pic.twitter.com/qFPeodQfsm
— Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service (@CheshireFire) May 14, 2020
— Paul Flannery (@FlanP13) May 14, 2020
— Boris Johnson #StayAlert (@BorisJohnson) May 14, 2020
We’ll be proud to #ClapForCarers tonight👏 We love this video from our water on wheels team. These huge tankers are filled with water to keep the taps flowing when we might need to do some repairs. Thank you for your support. #StayAlert #staysafe #clapforourkeyworkers pic.twitter.com/3uzUckPlRT
— United Utilities (@unitedutilities) May 14, 2020
— North West Air Ambulance Charity 🚁 (@NWAirAmbulance) May 14, 2020