Lincolnshire claps for key workers in week two of lockdown

The people of Lincolnshire once again showed their appreciation for key workers with the second Clap for Carers last night.

There was a chorus of applause heard on every street in the county, with people young and old showing support for NHS frontline staff and other key workings keeping the country going.

The applause took place at 8pm and celebrated the hard work of many, including teachers, cleaners and delivery drivers.

Live at Lincoln Cathedral as we clap for carers at 8pm

Posted by The Lincolnite on Thursday, 2 April 2020

This video, sent in by Frazer Allen, shows his 18 month old daughter enjoying giving thanks to frontline staff.

Lincoln Cathedral lit up in the blue colours of the NHS once more as a beacon of solidarity.

Lincoln Cathedral shining blue as the sun sets on the city. Photo: Steve Smailes

The top of the cathedral wearing the NHS colours with pride. Photo: Steve Smailes

Beautiful scenery in the city of Lincoln. Photo: Steve Smailes

People across Lincolnshire have been doing their bit to show respect to our key workers.

These beetroot farmers from Misterton had a unique way of thanking the NHS, carving the three letters into a field.

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