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Magpas aerial salute to key workers and NHS staff at Addenbrooke’s Hospital for Clap for Carers




Addenbrooke's Hospital is turned blue as part of Clap for Carers. Picture: Rob Holding (34224719)
Addenbrooke's Hospital is turned blue as part of Clap for Carers. Picture: Rob Holding (34224719)

Magpas Air Ambulance provided a unique show of appreciation to staff at Addenbrooke's Hospital as part of the Clap for Carers.

As part of the thanks to key workers that has become a ritual on a Thursday night during the coronavirus pandemic, the charity's helicopter flew to Addenbrooke's to say thank you.

When clinicans are not working for Magpas, they are based at NHS hospitals and East of England Ambulance Service Trust in the region.

At the same time, Absolute Audio Visual Solutions lit Addenbrooke's blue as part of the Clap for Carers, and a special happy birthday was sung for Captain Tom Moore, who has raised more than £32million for NHS Charities Together and celebrated his 100th birthday yesterday.

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