Keep Our NHS Public fully supports the #ClapforCarers and #ClapforNHS initiative now happening regularly every Thursday evening at 8pm.
We welcome the opportunity to show support and solidarity for essential frontline workers. However, we also believe that frontline staff need much more. We're asking people to clap and cheer for the NHS on Thursday evenings but also to print out one of our posters (see below) and put it in your window or hold it when you cheer for the NHS.
We're also encouraging children (big and small!) to MAKE THEIR OWN #ClapForCarers posters and banners too. Download the simple guide here. And while you applaud and bang your pots and pans, please show support by also chanting;
TEST! TEST! TEST!
KEEP KEY WORKERS VIRUS FREE!
See below for a look at some of the fantastic NHS art and messages of solidarity springing up around the country
This is how you do it! Great chanting from Londoners during the #ClapForOurCarers
NHS Staff hold up handmade posters demanding proper PPE during the clap for carers.
NHS Staff Voices from KONP add some humour to the very serious call for proper safety equipment.
Beautiful rainbow NHS flag spotted opposite Kings Hospital in South London.
An activist puts up one of our 'THANK YOU NHS' banners, see below for details.
North London: Jeremy Corbyn MP, leads applause and projects our 'PROTECT OUR CARERS' poster onto the street.
Arts and crafts win: Test, test, test & PPE for NHS staff & key workers!
Spotted in Swindon: A big handmade 'Thank you NHS' banner.
Save Lewisham campaigner outside their with homemade PPE poster.
Homemade banners appear advertising the #ClapForCarers events
Handmade NHS banners alongside handpainted rainbows.
STAY SAFE: A family pins a huge rainbow to their window while applauding frontline workers.
ORDER YOUR OWN 'THANK YOU NHS' BANNER
The Banners (see below) were first printed by our Leeds KONP campaigners, if you want us to order one for you or send you the artwork please drop us an email at [email protected]
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