Thank you for your care: Our tribute to NHS staff and key workers in St Albans and Harpenden

PUBLISHED: 09:32 17 April 2020 | UPDATED: 11:36 17 April 2020

The Herts Ad is paying tribute to NHS staff and key workers from St Albans and Harpenden for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic. Pictures: Supplied

The Herts Ad is paying tribute to NHS staff and key workers from St Albans and Harpenden for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic. Pictures: Supplied

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The Herts Ad asked NHS staff, carers and key workers to send in pictures of themselves for a gallery thanking them for all their hard work.

Elise Morgan, an NHS dentist from St Albans who is working with COVID-19 patients. Picture: SuppliedElise Morgan, an NHS dentist from St Albans who is working with COVID-19 patients. Picture: Supplied

This gallery contains pictures of carers, nurses, dentists and other NHS staff members who live or work in St Albans and Harpenden.

Ellen Dunthorne, who lives in St Albans and works at Harefield Hospital. Picture: Scott CooperEllen Dunthorne, who lives in St Albans and works at Harefield Hospital. Picture: Scott Cooper

Gemma Turner's mum, who works at a care home in St Albans. Picture: Gemma TurnerGemma Turner's mum, who works at a care home in St Albans. Picture: Gemma Turner

Hannah Dark from Harpenden, who is a physiotherapist at Luton and Dunstable Hospital. Picture: Nicola DarkHannah Dark from Harpenden, who is a physiotherapist at Luton and Dunstable Hospital. Picture: Nicola Dark

Jennifer Grange, who works as a carer in Harpenden. Picture: SuppliedJennifer Grange, who works as a carer in Harpenden. Picture: Supplied

Lucy Rayner, who works for Abbots Care in St Albans as a community care worker. Picture: SuppliedLucy Rayner, who works for Abbots Care in St Albans as a community care worker. Picture: Supplied

Michelle Bozier, who is a nurse at St Albans City Hospital. Picture: Jodie HarringtonMichelle Bozier, who is a nurse at St Albans City Hospital. Picture: Jodie Harrington

A key worker from Right at Home Welwyn, Hatfield and St Albans. Picture: Keith SheenaA key worker from Right at Home Welwyn, Hatfield and St Albans. Picture: Keith Sheena

A key worker from Right at Home Welwyn, Hatfield and St Albans. Picture: Keith SheenaA key worker from Right at Home Welwyn, Hatfield and St Albans. Picture: Keith Sheena

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Grace Emmett, a pharmacy student from St Albans. Picture: Donna EmmettGrace Emmett, a pharmacy student from St Albans. Picture: Donna Emmett

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