Loud clapping could be heard coming from various parts of town a few minutes ago as people took part in the Clap For Our Carers campaign to salute NHS battling against coronavirus.
The idea was to applaud health service workers on the dot of 8pm from doorsteps, balconies or windows of homes, in order to say thank you to them for all of their hard work.
Along Regent Street - the furthest llanblogger could go without breaking lockdown regulations - people came out onto their doorsteps and appeared at windows and there were cheers, whistles and the sound of a vuvuzela.
Encouraging people to take part earlier today Clwyd South MP Simon Baynes said: "Please support this campaign to show our appreciation for doctors, nurses, GPs and every other NHS worker during the ongoing Coronavirus crisis through a nationwide round of applause taking place tonight at 8pm.
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