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Norfolk actress Claire Goose sends message of support to hospital staff

PUBLISHED: 07:45 06 April 2020 | UPDATED: 07:45 06 April 2020

Norfolk actress Claire Goose who has sent a message of support to staff at the QEH in Kings Lynn. Picture: Joel Ryan/PA Photos

Norfolk actress Claire Goose who has sent a message of support to staff at the QEH in Kings Lynn. Picture: Joel Ryan/PA Photos

Actress Claire Goose has sent a message of support to NHS staff at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.

Best known for her television roles in hospital drama Casualty, the actress, 45, who grew up in Norfolk, praised the sacrifices of NHS staff at the hospital and urged people to follow advice to stay indoors.

In a message posted on twitter she said: “Thank you for all your wonderful work in the coming weeks and months. It is going to be extremely tough, but we are so grateful for all your sacrifices.”

The actress married husband Craig Woodrow, a TV producer, at Great Bircham in 2007 and with daughters Amelia and Evelyn are frequent visitors back to Norfolk.

She added: “I urge everyone to continue to support you by staying home. Stay safe and stop the spread of this virus.”

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