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The UK celebrates critical workers

At 8pm on Thursday March 26th, the UK took to the streets with pots and pans to applaud and make noise for the NHS frontline workers keeping us safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Screens around the UK celebrated critical frontline workers

In addition to this, digital screens and 40 landmarks and buildings all across the country were lit up in blue lights as a tribute to our healthcare workers.

Some locations included Albert Hall, Wembley Stadium, Intu Victoria Centre shopping centre in Nottingham, the Piccadilly Lights in London and Williamson Park in Lancaster.

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On the same day, Ocean Outdoor also ran a campaign praising all frontline critical workers such as teachers, delivery workers, firemen and police.

This was broadcast on London’s Piccadilly Lights every hour in the run up to the Light it Blue broadcast and featured messages of thanks.

As well as the Piccadilly Lights, Ocean broadcast the celebration on its screens across 11 other UK cities.

Tim Bleakley, chief executive officer of Ocean Outdoor, says: “These are extraordinary times and people are doing incredibly difficult jobs to keep our people safe, cared for and our cities and the country running as best as is safely possible.

“This is our way of drawing attention to their selfless work and show our gratitude. It’s times like these that a thank you goes a long way.”



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