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Scouts Clap for our Carers

Date: 1st May 2020 Author: West Monkton Scout Group

West Monkton Beavers, Cubs and Scouts joined fellow Scouts, to cheer and applaud for key workers and carers in difficult or risky circumstances.

Our nation is currently experiencing challenges we have never faced before. Regardless of who we are, we are all doing our bit – for lots of us that means staying at home and staying safe. For key workers and carers, ‘doing their bit’ means continuing to work – often in difficult or risky circumstances.

Our carers include NHS workers, the emergency services, our postal workers, shop workers and delivery drivers, our cleaners, vets, farmers and our teachers. Every key worker doing their best and knitting the fabric of our communities together.

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West Monkton Beavers, Cubs and Scouts joined fellow Scouts, to cheer and applaud for key workers and carers in difficult or risky circumstances.

Our nation is currently experiencing challenges we have never faced before. Regardless of who we are, we are all doing our bit – for lots of us that means staying at home and staying safe. For key workers and carers, ‘doing their bit’ means continuing to work – often in difficult or risky circumstances.

Our carers include NHS workers, the emergency services, our postal workers, shop workers and delivery drivers, our cleaners, vets, farmers and our teachers. Every key worker doing their best and knitting the fabric of our communities together.

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