An iconic look for an iconic building.
Ok, so there’s barely a building in town that isn’t illuminated in blue for the NHS at the moment, but that it’s going to stop us writing about the ones that are. Joining the likes of the Wembley Arch, London Eye, The Shard, and others resplendent in azure at the moment is Battersea Power Station, which has lit up its front chimneys in blue to honour the efforts of NHS staff across the country. (Featured image: Battersea Power Station, via Twitter)
Tonight, we light the chimneys of the Power Station blue to show our support for all the amazing carers, and say thank you for all the incredible work you do #clapforourcarers #NHS #keepclapping #NHSheroes pic.twitter.com/ghoLW9kKn8
— BatterseaPowerStn (@BatterseaPwrStn) April 2, 2020
It’s a touching tribute from an area currently undergoing a huge redevelopment, from two new Northern line stations to a huge new shopping centre. Still, it’s lovely of them to take the time and effort to launch the display for our excellent healthcare service. And it’s by no means the only good news coming out of Battersea this week, as adoption rates at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home have soared since the start of the coronavirus outbreak. Lovely stuff all around!
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