Letters to children from our Chief Executive
Send a letter to your Stay at Home hero!
Monday 30 June marked 100 days since the start of the 'lockdown' causing widespread change to the way we go about our daily lives. At LTHT, working practices in both clinical and non-clinical settings have been significantly altered but many thousands of you still come into the hospitals to care for our patients and run our essential services.
We know the impact of this on your children is huge. Many will be coping with losing their school routine and some will still be attending school but in a very different way, with many of their friends absent from classrooms.
As a token of support, Chief Executive Julian Hartley has written a letter to children of key workers at LTHT outlining his thanks to them.
You can sign your child/children up to receive a letter through the post from Julian by completing this form. Please complete one form per child.
This is a free service for all LTHT staff. You don't have to be a mum or dad - you can be an aunt, uncle, brother, sister or other relative. Simpy state on the form who you wish the letter to refer to and we will do the rest!