The overwhelming gratitude we all feel for our brave NHS heroes and other key workers is reflected in the thunderous applause which resonates throughout local communities every Thursday night at eight o’clock.

Lily Thorpe, aged eight, from Maple Drive in HuntingdonLily Thorpe, aged eight, from Maple Drive in Huntingdon

It is also seen in the lockdown charity fundraisers, the rainbow trails through our streets, and the messages of support which fill pages of social media sites.

Send us your Clap for Carers pics and videos and NHS and keyworker ‘thank yous’ as landscape video clips of no more than 10 seconds, or as photo messages, together with full details of who is featured (including name and address) to: debbie.davies@archant.co.uk.

Lara Cox, aged 11, with her dad Lee in St Neots.Lara Cox, aged 11, with her dad Lee in St Neots.

Dan Brocklebank with son Corbyn Brocklebank who was in his cub uniform and renewed his Promise with many other Hinchingbrooke district Beavers, cubs, scouts and adults over the internet, with Quintyn Brocklebank and daughters Summer and Xyla. The family made their own flag.Dan Brocklebank with son Corbyn Brocklebank who was in his cub uniform and renewed his Promise with many other Hinchingbrooke district Beavers, cubs, scouts and adults over the internet, with Quintyn Brocklebank and daughters Summer and Xyla. The family made their own flag.

People in Brampton took part in the Clap for Carers on Thursday nightPeople in Brampton took part in the Clap for Carers on Thursday night