Our frontline workers are going above and beyond during the coronavirus crisis - we want to say thank you.
Our Frontline workers have put themselves on the line every day to keep us safe, fed, and looked after.
Our Doctors, Nurses, and Carers, as well as delivery drivers and shopkeepers, have done everything possible to look after our communities in a year when nothing is normal. Coronavirus has affected every part of our lives and is putting a huge strain on our services.
We want to say thank you. Thank you to all those who have worked tirelessly on our behalf. Thank you to the healthcare workers who have saved lives and loved ones, thank you to the postal workers and delivery drivers who have got us what we need, and thank you to the service workers who have kept our shops stocked and our bellies full.
The best thing we can do over the next few months, including the Christmas period, is to follow the official advice. This means maintaining distance when you are out and about, wearing a mask, and quarantining yourself when you're showing symptoms. We are now so close to the distribution of a vaccine, it would be an insult to throw away all their hard work.
We are also circulating a letter of appreciation to frontline staff, to show our thanks to them for putting themselves at risk to keep us all safe.
If you'd like to add your thanks, you can do so by signing the card: