Send us your NHS clap photographs, comments and videos

PUBLISHED: 11:23 18 May 2020 | UPDATED: 14:09 18 May 2020

The rainbow phone box in High Roding. Picture: Heidi Shubrook

The rainbow phone box in High Roding. Picture: Heidi Shubrook

Heidi Shubrook

Have you been out clapping for our NHS and frontline heroes at 8pm on Thursday nights?

Leanne Ratford (on left) with Holly Storey.Leanne Ratford (on left) with Holly Storey.

Here are some of your pictures and comments - keep them coming in!

We would love to hear from you - send us your photographs and tell us who is in them and where you are, your videos from your phones - take them in landscape mode, and your supportive comments.

And if you’re working on the frontline in whatever capacity send us a photo of your team. Email editor@dunmow-broadcast.co.uk.

James Rawlinson, of Rayne, sent us photographs of the thanks his household have left in chalk.

The banner at Rayne PrimaryThe banner at Rayne Primary

Rayne Primary shared a cute video of their primary one children with rainbow pictures. Their message outside the school door is: We’re All In This Together. Holly Storey sent us a photograph of herself with “amazing friend” Leanne Ratford.

Heidi Shubrook sent us photos of a rainbow phone box on Dunmow Road in High Roding and says: “My children (Henry and Arthur) helped decorate (it) with the help of hand prints from the children in the village.”


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