WITH today being NHS day and the next Clap for Our Carers just a couple of hours away, we thought now would be a good time to put together a picture special of all your Rainbows of Hope.
Earlier in the week we asked you to send in your rainbow designs and you did not disappoint!
In fact, this has been the best response to anything we have done with our readers – and that takes some doing.
We did not also know how many different ways rainbows could be portrayed – whether through paintings, window decorations, rock painting and even salt dough!
It also shows the strength of public feeling and the love everyone in Bromsgrove, Rubery, Droitwich, South Birmingham and further afield has for the NHS and those key workers keeping us safe on a daily basis and going above and beyond the call of duty to ensure we have everything we need during these testing times.
We want to say a big thank you to everyone who has sent in their Rainbows of Hope for our display and of course to all the frontline NHS staff, carers, careworkers, emergency services, delivery drivers, social workers and all the other essential workers doing so much during the COVID-19 pandemic.
And, as it is NHS Day, make sure you are as loud and as proud as you possibly can be at 8pm tonight when we go to our doorsteps, windows and balconies.
Clap, cheer, bang pots and pans and let those on the frontline know how much what they are doing means to us and how much we appreciate their efforts.
Click across the pictures above to see some of the hundreds of Rainbows of Hope we have been sent.
We are still adding to our collection – if you want to send them in, email firstname.lastname@example.org