People across the Midlands took part in what could be the last Clap for Carers last night (May 28).

Here's how people showed their appreciation for our carers:

Staff from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham applauded our carers last night outside of the hospital.

Pictures from SnapperSK.

This group in the West Midlands stood outside their front doors and drummed for NHS by using the Indian instrument - the Dhol.

Pictures from Prav Kaur - Eternal Taal.

This was the scene outside Leicester Royal Infirmary, and after the Clap for Carers, staff were treated to pizzas.

Pictures from Help the Homeless Leicester.

In Bedworth in Warwickshire, this street has been trying to keep its residents spirits up by drawing rainbows on the ground with chalk, accompanied by with the words 'Stay Home, Stay Safe!'.

As the residents came out to show their appreciation for health workers, they were treated to bit of bhangra music.

Pictures from Bethany Crowder.

Thank you to everyone who has sent us footage of their Clap for Carers over the past ten weeks.

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