IT appears the Wye Valley NHS Trust message that people should stay at home for the weekly Clap For Our Carers worked.

Last Thursday evening at 8pm, the County Hospital site was full of the members of the public clapping for the workers on the frontline tackling coronavirus.

But this week, it was much quieter.

A few staff members met outside the building for the weekly campaign, which first started on March 26, with Herefordshire residents joining in from their doorsteps, as advised by the trust.

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In Bromyard, Winslow Road residents used novelty horns on their vans and clapped from the pavement to show their appreciation to our NHS heroes, and others working in places such as care homes.

Longtown Mountain Rescue, based in just over the border in Abergavenny, also put together a video of their members saying thank you to the NHS.

In Bodenham, Tish and Charles Sanders brought out their instruments to play a choice of songs for the village.

The pair, who used to be in a band called The Pedigrees, were joined by their son Luke on the guitar.

And in Dinedor Avenue, Hereford, Arthur supported his mum who is a sister in A&E at Hereford County Hospital as well as other carers and key workers.

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Meanwhile pupils at The Aconbury Centre in Ross Road have painted this tribute to NHS staff and other key workers.

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A train operator which runs services between north and south Wales, via Hereford and Leominster, is showing its support in a similar way as it has been giving some of its fleet a makeover.

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Transport for Wales (TfW) has put rainbow stickers on some of its trains as a tribute to their fellow key workers helping in the fight against Covid-19.

The rainbow has been used as a symbol of thanks to all keyworkers that are assisting the country at this difficult time and will now be seen on the side of TfW trains.

Ken Skates, Welsh Government Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales, said: “From the lighting of bridges and castles to colourful drawing appearing in windows across our nation, rainbows have most definitely become a visual ‘thank you’ to our heroes in the NHS and our key workers, who are working tirelessly to save lives and keep vital public services running.

"I hope seeing them now on the trains we have endeavoured to keep running during these difficult times will lift everyone’s spirits, not least those on the front line in the fight against Covid-19.” 

Transport for Wales will fit 100 stickers in total, 6 trains were fitted yesterday at its Canton depot in Cardiff and over the weekend the stickers will be sent to depots in Machynlleth and Chester.  

James Price, Transport for Wales CEO said: “I’d like to thank all key workers, including those representing TfW, who are truly dedicated and supporting the country in the fight against Covid19.

"Across the whole of our network we’ve seen a collaborative team approach and it’s great to fit these stickers to our trains and show support to those on the frontline.”