* Cat Meade's video showing residents waving light sabres
during the last big clap in Bishops Walk.
People across Langollen were outside their homes yesterday evening to take part in the last official clap for NHS and key workers during the Covid-19 crisis.
The event has taken place every Thursday at 8pm for the past 10 weeks and has seen people throughout the UK join in a public display of unity and gratitude.
However, organiser Annemarie Plas called for this round to be the last, saying "it is good to stop it at its peak".
Amongst the most active supporters of the clapping were residents of Bishops Walk.
And last night Cat Meade, co-ordinator of Llangollen Coronavirus Help Group, who lives nearby, recorded their last clap on a short film which she posted on Facebook.
In the post she said: "Bishops Walk, 10 weeks of applause, dancing, light sabres, n smiles Everybody needs GOOD NEIGHBOURS."
At the Pavilion field, as they have done for many weeks, a group of sound experts set up a bank of loudspeakers over which town crier Chem Cheminais could boom his message of thanks across the town.