NHS We See You and We Appreciate You

Stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives.

I think it is fair to say that we are going through some tough times at the moment. There isn’t a single human being that hasn’t been tested over the past couple of months. From those who have found themselves poorly, to those that have suddenly found themselves stuck at home unable to do their job. For a fair few, however, their jobs have just got a hundred times more important and equally as challenging.

From shop workers, food and medicine delivery drivers. From Parcel delivery drivers to carers and last but not least our NHS staff. I salute every one of you for keeping Britain going.

To the NHS staff, in particular, we simply cannot thank you enough. Many of you have had to temporarily leave your loved ones so that you can care for ours.

You put your health on the line daily to make ours better. You work incomprehensible hours with little break and even smaller pay, but despite the pain, you are feeling in your legs and the heaviness of your eyes, you continue to give the same amount of compassion regardless of what point you may be in your shift.

I don’t think we would ever be able to repay you for everything you do and continue to do so that one day we will be able to go to our new normal.

Whilst nothing we can do will ever be enough, companies have recognised you and are offering you freebies as a small gesture of thanks for all the work you continue to do. You are serving us and we thank you ever so much.

WowFreeStuff has listed all the businesses that are currently offering special benefits and free treats to all NHS and front-line staff. Keep going back and checking the list as they are regularly updating it with the latest offers.

Your hard work is notice and oh so appreciated.

From the bottom of our hearts, we thank every single one of you.

Stay safe out there.


Please don’t forget that today (26th March) at 8 pm, you can either stand on your doorstep or open a window and clap and cheer as loudly as you can in support for all the front-line workers – NHS staff, carers, delivery drivers, shop workers and anyone else risking their lives to keep us well and get Britain back on their feet.

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