Members of the St Anthony’s Convent of Mercy in Ashbrooke clapped and sang out on the street as they joined in the nationwide celebration for all those who have dedicated their efforts to supporting the fight against coronavirus.
Carrying an artwork candle and a host of banners, they joined in the 8pm event at the gates of their building on Tunstall Road.
The nuns gathered on Tunstall Road to join in the Clap for Carers celebration.
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