ACROSS Herefordshire at 8pm this evening people turned out to show their support to our carers for the fifth consecutive week - including an incredible moving scene at Hereford County Hospital.

Wye Valley NHS Trust along with colleagues from West Midlands Ambulance Service and West Mercia Police teamed up to sing a beautiful rendition of You'll Never Walk Alone.

The song is being sung across the county not only as a tribute to healthcare workers, but also to Captain Tom Moore who has raised more than £28million for the NHS.

The trust said: "Emotional scenes outside Hereford County Hospital during the 8 o’clock clap for carers with a rendition of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” by frontline staff in honour of Capt Tom Moore’s 100th birthday on April 30. We salute you."

More than 100 meals were also given out to staff by Indian restaurant Jalsagor, based in St Owen's Street in the city.

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Meanwhile in Bromyard, the song was also performed by one man from his balcony.

Just a stones throw away from Bromyard Fire Station where firefighters joined in the weekly Clap For Our Carers campaign, Clive Harris performed the Gerry and the Pacemakers song.

He said it was his way of giving back to the NHS which has looked after him well over the last seven years.

"I'd like to help the NHS which I've been involved in over the past seven years, they've helped me a lot," he said.

"I'm representing most of the Bromyard people. Along this row (of houses) all of us have been invovled with the NHS and we can only thank them - plus all key workers, firemen, dustbin men, the lot."


Residents from across the county also took part as they clapped and cheered from their doorsteps.

Sheena Palmer's son Carson banged a saucepan in Pembridge as other residents in the north Herefordshire village showed their support.

Firefighters at Kingsland also paid their tribute:

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