ST.LUKE’S Hospice in Basildon have spoken of how proud they are that they continue to see hearts pop up around towns as part of the Blue Heart Campaign.
Earlier this month, YourThurrock reported how St.Luke’s Hospice launched their Blue Heart Campaign on April 8th, encouraging people in the community to create and share a blue heart in a show of solidarity and love.
The Hospice, which supports people in Basildon, Thurrock and the surrounding areas, asked people to place their blue heart creations in the windows of homes and businesses, sharing their efforts on social media channels using the hashtag #LoveStLukes.
Inspired by the rainbows which have appeared in the windows of people’s homes since the start of the coronavirus outbreak, the Blue Heart Campaign aims to serve as a visual reminder of the love and support shown across the local community.
St. Luke’s Hospice, Basildon shared this message on their Facebook page: “We’re still spotting blue hearts in windows all over Basildon and Thurrock, and for that, we couldn’t be prouder.
“Thank you to everyone who has made such a phenomenal effort to show their solidarity and love for St. Luke’s Hospice.
“Here are some more of your very clever creations! We love each and every one of them!”
The pictures below include the names of the artist who sent them in.