Together, let ’ s thank all our carers

The group unites a wide range of supporters who intend to heal divisions and reconnect society over the course of the next decade, after a bruising few years. It includes NHS bodies, including the NHS Confederation and NHS England, as well as organisations and employers such as the BBC, the Mirror, Aviva, the Young Vic Theatre and ITV. There are religious groups such as the Muslim Council of Great Britain, sporting bodies including the Football Association and UK Sport, and a number of civil society organisations like the Jo Cox Foundation, the Runnymede Trust and the Girl Guides. It has been backed by prominent figures such as the Archbishop of Canterbury, Gary Lineker, June Sarpong and Michael Sheen. Over the course of the next few days it will be honouring people who have lost their lives during the pandemic and showing appreciation for everyone who has been caring and keeping us safe, but also looking to the future. This Saturday evening (4 July), the /together partners will commemorate coronavirus victims, whether key workers or members of the public, by asking everyone to put a light or a candle in their window to show their support. The following day, Sunday, is the 72nd birthday of the NHS and at 5pm everyone across the UK is being encouraged to join the biggest ever ‘clap for carers’ to thank all key workers, as well as raise a cup of tea – or a tipple of their choosing – with their neighbours. UNISON general secreta...
Source: UNISON meat hygiene - Category: Food Science Authors: Tags: Article News Clap for Carers Covid-19 NHS Source Type: news

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