Roads in Greater Manchester painted with messages to thank key workers

Roads in Rochdale roads have been painted with messages to thank our wonderful key workers
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Road markings have been made in Rochdale to salute the ‘super human efforts’ of key workers.

The markings are now down at Whitehall Street at the approach to Rochdale Infirmary and outside Birch Hill Hospital.

“The efforts of our key workers during this awful pandemic have been super human,” said Councillor Neil Emmott, cabinet member for environment at Rochdale Borough Council.

“From medical staff to care workers, social workers, waste operatives and many more, they have all worked incredibly hard in an unprecedented situation. We hope this gesture of thanks highlights how much we value their extraordinary efforts and helps to put a smile on their face.”

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