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Heart-warming moment children sing It Must Be Love by Madness to thank NHS workers

Heart-warming moment children sing It Must Be Love by Madness to thank NHS workers on the coronavirus frontline

  • Students from The Mark Jermin Stage School in Swansea paid tribute to our NHS
  • Workers from local hospital in Swansea also danced in the corridor for the video
  • One girl even sings outside her grandfather’s house as he smiles from his door 
  • Learn more about how to help people impacted by COVID

This is the heart-warming moment children sing It Must Be Love by Madness to thank NHS workers on the coronavirus frontline.

Students from The Mark Jermin Stage School in Swansea paid tribute to our healthcare workers by dressing up and putting together the music video.

The footage begins with two girls painting rainbows for the NHS before cutting to a young boy holding a sign saying ‘NHS, you’re our heroes’.  

Students from The Mark Jermin Stage School in Swansea paid tribute to our healthcare workers by dressing up and putting together the music video. These two children hold up their homemade signs

The two-minute video then show a series of children at home or in their gardens singing lines to the song, including these three girls and their parents

The two-minute video then show a series of children at home or in their gardens singing lines to the song, including these three girls and their parents

The two-minute video then goes on to show a series of children at home or in their gardens singing lines to the song.

As well as students from the stage school, workers from a local hospital in Swansea danced in the corridor dressed in their scrubs.  

Respecting the social distancing rules, one girl even sings outside her grandfather’s house as he smiles from his door.

The video ends with a montage of some of the singers clapping for the carers and a message for people to help by staying at home. 

Many of those who feature made signs using the rainbow, which has become symbolic of showing support for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.  

Many of the children in the video don fancy dress to make themselves look like the NHS workers they are thanking

Many of the children in the video don fancy dress to make themselves look like the NHS workers they are thanking

Organisers say the video was made to thank our health care professionals and raise vital funds for the service. Pictured: two of the children who feature in the video

Organisers say the video was made to thank our health care professionals and raise vital funds for the service. Pictured: two of the children who feature in the video

Lisa Davies, whose child features in the video, told The Sun: ‘I’m so proud of these kids doing something proactive with their time at home whilst raising money and awareness of our NHS staff.

‘We are seeing a lot of bad press around children not staying in, look at this fine example of our young generation.’

Organisers say the video was made to thank our health care professionals and raise vital funds for the service. 

The video follows tributes on Thursday night when people all around the country clapped for our NHS workers from their door stops. 

As well as students from the stage school, workers from a local hospital in Swansea (pictured) also participated in the music video

As well as students from the stage school, workers from a local hospital in Swansea (pictured) also participated in the music video

Many of those who feature made signs using the rainbow, which has become symbolic of showing support for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic

Many of those who feature made signs using the rainbow, which has become symbolic of showing support for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic

Britain suffered another grim day in its coronavirus crisis yesterday as officials recorded another 980 deaths, taking the UK’s spiralling victim count to 8,958. 

A further 5,706 people have been diagnosed with the disease, meaning a total of 70,783 have now tested positive. 

Officials managed a record 19,116 tests yesterday, a marked increase in its daily effort from 10,713 the day before. 

England recorded 866 new fatalities among infected patients in hospital, while another 114 were confirmed in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. 

The video (pictured) follows tributes on Thursday night when people all around the country clapped for our NHS workers from their door stops

The video (pictured) follows tributes on Thursday night when people all around the country clapped for our NHS workers from their door stops

One girl dressed as a nurse featured in the music video which was made by children at a stage school in Swansea

One girl dressed as a nurse featured in the music video which was made by children at a stage school in Swansea

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