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Public encouraged to send thank you messages to NHS staff

Cumberland Infirmary

Cumbrian communities are being invited to send in their messages of thanks to staff working North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust (NCIC).

All messages will be shared during three day virtual Festival of Thanks and wellbeing taking place next week.

The Festival will include a day of remembrance and reflection a thank you day to recognise the efforts of the staff and to thank the public for their support during the pandemic and a virtual wellbeing day for staff.

Justine Steele, Director of Workforce and Organisational Development at NCIC, said: “We want to give something back to our incredible staff and teams at NCIC and as such have planned a mini virtual festival.

“As part of the festival, we’ll be holding a thank you day which will include announcing the winners of our staff thank you awards and recognising and celebrating all of our incredible staff at the Trust for the work they’ve done in response to COVID-19 over the past 7 months.

“This is where we are asking our Cumbrian public to get involved and send in their messages, so we can share these on the day and throughout the festival.”

Each message of thanks will be shared directly with the staff member or the team as well.

Messages can be sent in via social media, Facebook: @NCICNHS Twitter: @NCICNHS or via the NCIC website: https://www.ncic.nhs.uk/patients-visitors/support-and-advice/messages-staff

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