Grateful Londoners send thank you gifts to capital's hero police and firefighters

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Londoners have shown their appreciation for the capital’s emergency services in the wake of several atrocities to hit the capital in recent months.

Heart-warming pictures posted on social media showed hordes of gifts and flowers sent to hero fire, police and ambulance crews who faced three terror attacks and the Grenfell Tower blaze.

School pupils from west London penned adorable thank you notes to brave fire crews involved in the blaze at the 24-storey tower block that killed at least 80 people.

Other youngster sent sweet missives to Kingston Police officers following terror attacks at London Bridge and Westminster.

Youngsters also sent a thank you card and cupcakes to police in Tower Hamlets.

A tweet posted by the borough’s Twitter account read: “Today #ResponseTeamB officers were lucky enough to meet some local school children who wanted to say #thankyou for all the work we do.”

Southwark Police received a bouquet of bright sunflowers from a resident following the  London Bridge attack in June.

A post from grateful officers read: “Thank you to the member of public who sent in flowers to Southwark Station. We appreciate your kind words of support. #WeStandTogether”

Worshippers at Harrow Mosque popped into their local station with a hamper of goodies following a terror attack at a temple in Finsbury Park which left one man dead.

Humble officers said residents were “very welcome” after they received high praise for the work they do.

Other images showed bouquets of flowers left on police cars and sweet treats dropped into police station across the capital.


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