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Time for the clap for end?

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Derbygerbil Fri 22-May-20 18:57:23

Annemarie Plans, the founder, thinks so... I agree - in fact I stopped a few weeks back.

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molifly14 Fri 22-May-20 19:06:18

I agree. It's died down near us but I think it was time stop after the peak to be honest.

redandwhite1 Fri 22-May-20 19:07:11

I still do it, love it but less and less are doing it

Paranoidmarvin Fri 22-May-20 19:09:43

Please. People round here are banging pots and setting off fireworks. My cat has spent every Thursday shaking under the bed and not coming out for hours.

Theforest Fri 22-May-20 19:09:45

We were the only ones out yesterday, although I could hear some clapping. I think now that this has been said, it will probably stop.

hopeishere Fri 22-May-20 19:26:30

One final burst and then end it.

Bojohair Fri 22-May-20 19:26:54

Yes please.

SierraHotel Fri 22-May-20 19:28:59

I actually think the time has come to stop.

megletthesecond Fri 22-May-20 19:30:22

Yes. The minute fireworks were set off it should have stopped.

MrsWhites Fri 22-May-20 19:32:05

I think so, tell people it’s the last one so they can come out and join in, going out with lots of people joining in instead of less and less people joining in each week.

Lottiebugz22 Fri 22-May-20 19:34:38

Yes it needs to end. Everyones kids keep getting woken up and it's a nightmare for parents of young children trying to settle them after all the chaos. It's not just clapping it's fireworks and car horns and loud music.

AdoptedBumpkin Fri 22-May-20 19:35:23

Thing is the NHS staff can't pay for things with applause.

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