Friday 3rd of April 2020 01:28:40 PM
Author: Alex Hallett
From a reader:
To show my support for our frontline workers in this difficult time I have put blue lights up on our house in Bridgerule.
I thought it was a good way to show support and to say thank you to everyone keeping the UK going.
If you can do the same, then please do to show your support.
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