Monday July 5 is the first national NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day which comprises a series of events involving every aspect of society and raising money for two excellent causes – NHS Charities Together, which supports 250 hospitals and their charitable trusts, and the National Care Association, representing 1.6 million workers caring for some of society’s frailest members.
Mayor of Amber Valley Councillor David Taylor said: "On behalf of Amber Valley Borough Council I would like to say a massive thank-you to all NHS, social care and frontline workers, who always provide an invaluable service, but over recent months have delivered exceptional support in the most testing of circumstances.
"It is down to the commitment and dedication of these individuals that we now find ourselves in a position of strong recovery following the ordeals of the pandemic.
"I would like to encourage everyone to mark this first ever NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day in any way they feel appropriate and show their appreciation of all that NHS staff and key workers do for this country."
More information can be found at www.nhsfrontlineday.org.
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