Thank you to the NHS Colouring In

6 April, 2020

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We would like to celebrate, support and appreciate our NHS staff and all the other key workers out there that are fighting COVID-19 on the front line.

A special shoutout also to Amber and Yasmine two of our family members who work in the NHS. Amber is a Midwife and Yasmine a Deputy Sister.

Download our colouring in sheet and colour in our fancy fairground NHS letters.

You could use pencils, crayons, felt tip or even paint to bring it to life – the brighter the better!

You could even stick them up on the windows of your houses for everybody to see, please ask for grown ups permission and assistance!

If you fancy sharing your design with us, get a grown up to take a photo of your creation and share with us on our social media or send it to us by email: [email protected]

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