“I’ve obviously seen the worst of things and it’s been very difficult, but I’ve also seen the best of things. I’ve seen people coming in from the community supporting us bringing in food, bringing in care packages and helping us get through this really tricky time and I just want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart.
“Hopefully next year, looking towards Tokyo 2021, the Olympics and the Paralympics will be something we are all in desperate need of, it will be bringing communities and the world together again. It’s something that seems so far away now but when it comes will be something special.”
British Paralympic athletes will be posting videos of support with special messages of thanks for those who have helped them personally through the pandemic.
British cycling meanwhile is HSBC UK and a host of other businesses to encourage people to go out for a cycle on Sunday 5th and then stop for the 5pm applause.
Sky Sports will also be promoting and featuring Thank You Together across its broadcasts throughout the weekend of 4 and 5 July.
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