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Allaboardthemagicbus2020 Thu 26-Mar-20 20:03:00

What about everyone else?

Jessi1972 Thu 26-Mar-20 20:05:24

In Knowsley we've just had claps, drums, whistling, shouts of thank you and fireworks

THANK YOU NHS!!

isseywith4vampirecats Thu 26-Mar-20 20:06:47

I went out and total silence in our street full of older middle class people who obviously don't think much of the key workers, I clapped on my own

Sux2buthen Thu 26-Mar-20 20:06:54

I have a baby asleep on me and expected nothing around here but every door opened on my street and the sounds of claps and cheers was actually a bit moving.

ivfbabymomma1 Thu 26-Mar-20 20:07:27

Our whole street came out to clap it was lovely!

Mordred Thu 26-Mar-20 20:07:33

Clapped and cheered VERY LOUDLY here in de55 :-)

HoneysuckIejasmine Thu 26-Mar-20 20:07:38

issey or maybe didn't know about it? I've only seen it on FB.

Whohasnickedmyvodka Thu 26-Mar-20 20:08:08

We had in Cornwall it was lovely

Sirzy Thu 26-Mar-20 20:08:19

Yup loads out here

SapphireSalute Thu 26-Mar-20 20:08:20

it was moving....all day i was saying it was a rubbish idea but as dd is frontline we went out and were surprised.

Allmyfavouritepeople Thu 26-Mar-20 20:08:36

Our street is usually a ghost town. Everyone 'lives' in the back room so there's never any lights on etc. Went out at 8pm feeling a bit silly and lots of people out. Very moving.

CricketCrocket Thu 26-Mar-20 20:08:42

We had loads clapping near me. South east.

MummyInTheNecropolis Thu 26-Mar-20 20:09:05

Whole street was out here in SE20. Very moving

SnarkWeek Thu 26-Mar-20 20:09:09

I found it really emotional, which I wasn’t expecting. It was really nice to see our neighbours all out, it felt like being a part of something

YesILikeItToo Thu 26-Mar-20 20:09:30

Much clapping here in our middle class street of mature folk.

It’s also started off some useful conversations amongst neighbours, so a good night all round.

Thescrewinthetuna Thu 26-Mar-20 20:09:37

A fair few round here. My own son was cheering loudly (he’s 6) and I think he understands why. Very moving.

Allaboardthemagicbus2020 Thu 26-Mar-20 20:09:48

It's something, isn't it? Lots of cheering and whistles, etc. Think there must be a few NHS workers on our road as it is not too far from a teaching hospital.

I hope it has done something for them anyway.

ItsTrueISwear Thu 26-Mar-20 20:09:49

Clapping and fireworks here in Lancashire.

user1468438539 Thu 26-Mar-20 20:10:15

Clapped in Cardiff. Thank you NHS ... and all the other workers keeping us going smile

TeenPlusTwenties Thu 26-Mar-20 20:10:33

SO51 clapped.
We don't personally have much sight lines to other front doors but we could hear clapping and cheering echoing around, plus 2 or 3 firework bangs.

mbosnz Thu 26-Mar-20 20:11:01

We did, fully expecting to be the only ones, and heard so much.

We can do so very little.

Allaboardthemagicbus2020 Thu 26-Mar-20 20:11:11

Yes, some fireworks going off, I think.

Darbs76 Thu 26-Mar-20 20:11:16

Caterham Surrey - fireworks (clearly an essential purchase, not) and lots of noise, neighbours out and my dog barked in the window!

Pugdoglife Thu 26-Mar-20 20:11:29

Lots of clapping, cheering and fireworks here.

puds11 Thu 26-Mar-20 20:11:32

I doubt it’s done much for them though has it confused They would probably rather PPE than a patronising clap that makes all the people staying safely at home feel better.

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