FILL YOUR WINDOWS WITH SUNFLOWERS
Working together with the East of England Ambulance Service, Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service and other public service partners, Norfolk Police are hoping to spread some positivity and happiness through these difficult days of lockdown.
They are grateful to our local communities who have listened to the Government guidance to stay at home in order to help protect the NHS and save lives – and now want to say thank you and show solidarity for the stay at home message in support of the emergency services and all key workers.
To compliment the NHS Rainbow campaign and to demonstrate how the blue light services and other agencies are working together to help protect and support the NHS, we are encouraging communities to display Sunflowers in their windows. These can be drawn, painted, knitted, or created in any other way.
Homes which are seen displaying their Sunflower display by officers, or members of the other blue light services, whilst on shift or patrol, will receive sunflower seeds through the door which can be planted.
Find out more on their website > https://www.norfolk.police.uk/news/latest-news/20-04-2020/sunflower-campaign-supports-frontline-services