A HEARTWARMING video of children singing the Madness hit 'It Must Be Love' for the NHS has been shared by proud parents.
Dressed in fancy dress costumes, with huge smiles plastered across their faces – the students from The Mark Jermin Stage School in Swansea paid tribute to the hero healthcare workers.
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Lisa Davies, whose child features in the video said: "I'm so proud of these kids doing something proactive with their time at home whilst raising money and awareness of our NHS staff.
"We are seeing a lot of bad press around children not staying in, look at this fine example of our young generation."
The video opens with two girls deep in concentration as they painted posters for the NHS at their table at home.
The feel-good footage features a string of short clips of children singing parts of the 70s hit from their houses and gardens.
As well as students from the stage school, workers from a local hospital in Swansea danced in a corridor dressed in their scrubs.
Respecting the social distancing rules, one girl sang outside her grandfather's house as he smiled from his door.
The video ends with the singers all clapping for carers and a message for people to help by staying at home.
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This comes after millions of Brits took part in the third nationwide clap to applaud those working on the frontline fighting coronavirus.
The huge clap swept the country at 8pm with people applauding from their doorsteps and flat balconies.
A message on the campaign's website said: "Healthcare workers, emergency services, armed services, delivery drivers, shop workers, teachers, waste collectors, manufacturers, postal workers, cleaners, vets, engineers and all those who are out there making an unbelievable difference to our lives in these challenging times…bravo, you are amazing!"
It followed similar moves in Italy and Spain — which have the world's highest death tolls — where there were heartwarming scenes last month as people applauded from terraces in the countries' cities.
As Britain plunged into lockdown, community spirit has skyrocketed, with families adorning their homes in rainbows and thank you messages for key workers and NHS staff.
The spread of positivity and cheer is needed more than ever after the coronavirus death toll jumped by 980 in 24 hours – making it the biggest rise yet and more deadly than Spain's worst day of their outbreak.
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