Mayor of Buckingham thanks all NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers

Monday 5th July 2021 marks the 73rd anniversary since the NHS was born, this year it has become the first annual day of thanks for all NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers.

The Mayor of Buckingham, Cllr. Margaret Gateley, was among many organisations and individuals who gave their thanks to the NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers for all their efforts, not only during this difficult time but for always being there when they are needed. In Cllr. Gateley’s online speech she said “In Buckingham there has been a real sense of people pulling together in this difficult time.   …NHS staff have worked conscientiously and bravely in incredibly difficult circumstances risking their own and their families’ health. It has been a challenging time for everyone but especially for those who are working on the frontline albeit staff in the NHS, those stacking shelves or serving in supermarkets and essential shops, those volunteering to support people in greatest need or working in care homes to protect the most vulnerable in our community.”

To find out more about NHS, Social Care and Frontline workers day or to donate to NHS Charities Together and the National Care Association, visit www.nhsfrontlineday.org/

For enquiries please contact Paul Hodson at Buckingham Town Council on 01280 816426, office@buckingham-tc.gov.uk.