NHS clap photographs from around Saffron Walden and Dunmow - send us yours!

PUBLISHED: 11:20 18 May 2020 | UPDATED: 14:09 18 May 2020

Jason Williams of 1st Saffron Walden Scout troop sent us this photo from Thursday's 8pm NHS clap on East Street. He's here with Charlie, Ruby and Buddy - a 12 week old Border Terrier. Picture: Jason Williams

Jason Williams of 1st Saffron Walden Scout troop sent us this photo from Thursday's 8pm NHS clap on East Street. He's here with Charlie, Ruby and Buddy - a 12 week old Border Terrier. Picture: Jason Williams

Jason Williams

Have you been taking part in the Thursday night clap to show your support for the NHS and frontline staff fighting the Covid-19 crisis?

Nicola Johnson in Elsenham sent in this photograph of her sons Archie and Freddie taking part in the NHS Thursday night clapNicola Johnson in Elsenham sent in this photograph of her sons Archie and Freddie taking part in the NHS Thursday night clap

Here are some of the photos and comments that have been sent in to us. And we’d love YOU to get involved too.

Nicola Johnson in Elsenham sent us photos of her family. She said: “Here are my two boys, Archie aged 5 and Freddie 2 1/2 cheering all the key workers on as they do weekly.”

Her son Archie said: “Thank you for looking after us and keeping everyone safe. Please help people get better with you.”

Jason Williams of 1st Saffron Walden Scout troop, sent us this photograph from East Street.

Nicola Johnson sent in this photo of her family taking part in the NHS clapNicola Johnson sent in this photo of her family taking part in the NHS clap

He is pictured along with Charlie, Ruby and Buddy. Buddy is a 12 week old Border Terrier.

Ruby, age 12, said: “I would like to say a massive thank you to all NHS and key workers for looking after our families instead of being at home safe with your own families.”

Charlie, age 13, said: “Thank you to all the wonderful NHS workers that are keeping us safe and a float during this tricky time.”

And Jason, the 1st Saffron Walden Assistant Scout Leader, said: “A massive thank you to all the wonderful NHS workers who are keeping us safe at this difficult time.”

Nicola Johnson's two boys in Elsenham taking part in the NHS clapNicola Johnson's two boys in Elsenham taking part in the NHS clap

Holly Storey sent us this photograph of herself with Leanne Ratford.

Holly wants to thank Leanne for working really hard and running the John Tasker Drs Surgery Dispensary in Dunmow.

Holly said: “She also has a family to take care of, but she is such an amazing friend as she has supported me since I lost my teenage son Elliot.”

Do you have NHS heroes you want to say thanks to? Are you in a team on the frontline? Send us your photographs.

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

Do YOU have a message of support you’d like to share? We would love to hear from you. Send your support messages, pictures and video to editor@saffronwalden-reporter.co.uk

Are you a key worker on the front line? With the NHS, the police, ambulance service, working in a care home helping to protect our vulnerable and elderly? Send us your team photo for our heroes wall!

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

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Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

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Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

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Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

Photo: Andra Maciuca.Photo: Andra Maciuca.

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


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