Scarbrough's heroes: you sent us photos of friends and family on the frontline - now we salute them

We asked the people of Scarborough to share photos of their heroes working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic – and this is YOUR response.

Thursday, 9th April 2020, 8:33 am
Updated Thursday, 9th April 2020, 8:50 am
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We are super proud of Tash, a newly qualified paramedic working on the frontline. She has worked so hard to study and get to where she is and never thought she would be starting work in the middle of a global pandemic.
My sister is supervisor of the cleaning team at Sainsburys. I would love her and the team to get a mention and be shown some appreciation for working hard to keep the store safe for the public.She cleans alongside her team and gets hands on.

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To our wonderful wife and mum Jackie Buck. She has gone back to working long hours and putting in extra shifts as a Staff Nurse at Scarborough Hospital. She truly loves to care for people in need and we love her so much for it!
This is my mum Tanya Adcock. She is head of housekeeping at Scarborough Hall Care Home. She works so hard and always puts others before herself. All of the staff at Scarborough Hall work so hard and deserve some recognition.
This is our mum Heidi. She is a healthcare assistant on the Intensive Care Unit at Scarborough Hospital. She is right on the front line in the fight against coronavirus. Even though we are sad we cant see her at the moment we are so proud of her.
Happy Birthday to our wonderful hardworking mum - our NHS hero working as a practice manager. Youre always putting others before yourself, were proud of you.
This is my beautiful daughter Cassie Chambers. She is a first year nursing student at Coventry uni, and was also a healthcare assistant on Duke of Kent Ward before starting uni.
Thank you Nannie Shell for working in A&E and for looking after people with coronavirus. We miss you lots now we cant see you but were very proud of you.
I nominate my sister Emily Jane Robinson. She works in a pharmacy. Despite having asthma and so rather vulnerable herself she is on the frontline, making sure everyone has their prescriptions and is staying safe. I am super proud of her.
This is my little sister Megan Horncastle. She graduated not long ago to be a nurse and is helping people infected by coronavirus get better at Scarborough Hospital. Also my mum Dot McMullen working extra hours to keep the hospital squeaky clean.
These are my three heroes - my son Iain Lindley and his work colleagues. They all work at Sainsburys in the online department and are trying very hard to make sure customers get their deliveries. I am very proud of them all.
This is Emma Speake. She is head of D&T at Scarborough College and spends most of her days teaching remotely and most of her nights making hundreds of plastic visors to protect frontline staff in local doctors surgeries, care homes and the hospital.
This is my daughter Kathy Louise Graham, a healthcare assistant at Scarborough Hospital.
My daughter Zoe Todd, one of Scarborough's newest police officers.
Courtney Wallace in her dream job.
My fantastic friend Leanne Marie Wallace.
This is my gorgeous girl Emma Simpson. She is a healthcare assistant on Oak Ward at Scarborough Hospital.