In these unprecedented times when football pales in significance, Spennymoor Town Football Club would like to recognise our NHS Heroes.
From the surgeons to the porters, the nurses to the catering staff, the physios to the midwives, and the paramedics to the GPs – these heroes across the country are battling adversity each day to help us all when we’re at our most vulnerable.
We are proud to have amazing people like that who are part of the Moors family, all of whom are working tirelessly during these uncertain times.
Andy Oates, who has been with the club since 2007, works as an Extended Scope Practitioner Physiotherapist within the NHS.
Allan Wheatley, the club’s Safeguarding Officer, is a Director at Nerams ltd, a company which offers Ambulance Transport to the public and private sectors and first aid medical training to businesses and individuals.
Academy coaches Dan Newell and Christopher Birchall both work for the North East Ambulance Service, with both working long hours in attempt to keep us safe.
Once again, we would like to reiterate our gratitude and admiration for the job our Moors heroes and NHS staff across the country are doing now.
YOU CAN pledge your support
- Go to www.thanksamillionnhs.co.uk
- Add your partial postcode (eg: CF5 1) to put a heart on the map and show your support for the heroes of the NHS
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