Camberwell couple spend entire week remodelling their garden to create this message for the NHS

Katherine Johnston (17 April, 2020)

Across Southwark people are displaying messages of support for frontline workers

36198The newly designed front garden

A couple from Camberwell have remodelled their front garden with a very special message the NHS.

Husband and wife David and Elizabeth Newlands spent all week on the creation, now proudly displayed in their Muscatel Place front garden.

The Newlands’ new front garden

Across Southwark people are putting up messages of appreciation for frontline workers.

Veolia’s rubbish collectors have been delighted by drawings put up in windows Southwark thanking them for their hard work. The ‘Street Smiles’ campaign.
Gavin Graveson, the company’s executive vice president for Veolia UK and Ireland, said: “We have been overwhelmed by public support for our front line staff, with many residents asking us how they can express gratitude towards their waste collectors.
“StreetsSmiles allows residents to say ‘thanks’ safely, and spreads sunshine to key workers as they carry out essential tasks.

“I am extremely proud to work in the waste industry and that Veolia’s teams, and all individuals in the sector, are delivering for the nation during this challenging time.

“We hope that residents can continue to support us by following the government’s advice closely, and brightening up the days of our hard working staff by displaying a smiling sun in their windows.”

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