Our pioneering National Health Service (NHS) was born on July 5th 1948, a historic day that ushered in free healthcare to everyone. We have treasured it ever since, but never more so since March 2020 when the Coronavirus pandemic gripped the UK and utterly changed all our lives. We were suddenly at war with a ruthless, invisible enemy and on the front line were our NHS doctors, nurses and paramedics, plus platoons of critical workers keeping our shops open and stocked, our streets safe and our essential services running.
Now we have the chance to show our gratitude to all NHS and front line staff with an annual day of thanks and remembrance. The first NHS, Social Care and Frontline Workers’ Day takes place on Monday July 5th 2021 with a series of events involving every aspect of society and raising money for two excellent causes – NHS Charities Together and the National Care Association.
Details can be found at www.nhsfrontlineday.org, where people and organisations can register to take part in the following events:
10am Raising the NHS, Social Care & Frontline Workers’ Day Flag
11am Two-Minute Silence and Playing of the Last Post and Reveille
1pm Nation’s Toast to the Heroes of the NHS, Social Care & Frontline Services
1pm Street, Garden and Village Green Parties
4pm Traditional Afternoon Tea – £1,000 prize for the most unusual location
8pm Clapping & the Ringing of Church Bells
There are a limited number of opportunities to advertise on the www.nhsfrontlineday.org website. All ads are the same size – 320 pixels wide x 250 pixels high – and are competitively priced at £1,000 plus VAT for permanent posting on the site until July 5th 2021. Your ad will feature a clickable hyperlink taking visitors directly to your own website, and you’ll be able to use the official NHS and Frontline Workers’ Day logo on all related materials.
Artwork should be created at 200dpi and sized at 320 x 250 pixels and a .jpg emailed to: Simon Briant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To reserve your space on the www.nhsfrontlineday.org website please contact:
Phone 01273 594455
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