Lorries roar past Peterborough City Hospital in spectacular tribute to key workers

The giant convoy, made up of trucks of all shapes and sizes, streamed past the hospital in time for the weekly clap for carers last night, after weaving their way through the Fens. The charity fundraiser was the idea of Fenland trucker Danny Whitmore, and has raised more than GBP16,000 for the NHS. The route started at Chatteris at 6.30pm, and saw the trucks wind their way through Fenland towns and villages, picking up more trucks as they went.

As they arrived at the hospital at around 8pm, they were greeted by staff, patients and visitors who were taking part in the now traditional applause, standing both outside the building and at windows. City Hospital 8pm clap for the NHS plus the lorry convoy around the hospital. EMN-200521-213200009

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City Hospital 8pm clap for the NHS plus the lorry convoy around the hospital. EMN-200521-213211009

Photo: Midlands Copyright: JPI Media Ltd Resell City Hospital 8pm clap for the NHS plus the lorry convoy around the hospital.

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City Hospital 8pm clap for the NHS plus the lorry convoy around the hospital. EMN-200521-213233009 Photo: Midlands

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