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Stamford, Bourne and Rutland residents take part in Clap for Carers to salute NHS workers during coronavirus crisis




People across the area have put their hands together in a round of applause as part of a national campaign aimed at showing appreciation for NHS staff battling coronavirus.

Tonight at 8pm (Thursday, March 26), the Clap for our Carers campaign saw people put their hands together in a round of applause to show their support for frontline NHS staff working hard during the coronavirus outbreak.

People took to social media to share that their area had taken part with Elaine Allwood commenting on Facebook: "Well done Carlby for clapping the NHS tonight" and Ian Razzell saying: "Wow, that was powerful. Thunderous applause and cheering right across Rutland, very emotional."

Our video taken from an upper floor window in Bourne demonstrates the heartwarming gesture.

Here is Conduit Road, Stamford

Below, a photo shows residents in St Leonard's Street, Stamford, clapping.

Clap for Carers in St Leonard's Street, Stamford (32468750)
Clap for Carers in St Leonard's Street, Stamford (32468750)
The scene in Kingsdown Drive in Stamford during Clap for Carers (32521542)
The scene in Kingsdown Drive in Stamford during Clap for Carers (32521542)

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