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To all you wonderful supporters!

The founder of #WearYourNHS NOW brings you.... #RefuTree !

To cheer you up on this cold winters morning!🌲❤️

It's only Pamela Anderson, Andreas Kronthaler, Dame Vivienne Westwood & Ben Westwood supporting #RefuTree & wearing their exclusive *Ai Weiwei designed* TreeTee's in solidarity #WithRefugees !!

Time for you to get yours too!

Get a different kind of tree this Christmas...🌲❤️

A perfect ethical gift for someone you love.

All funds raised to go to Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) for their incredible work with refugees.

Get your own TreeTee here!
www.refutree.international
Twitter: follow us on @refutree & send us your photos
Instagram: post your photos here RefuTree
FB: RefuTree

*SPREAD THE WORD!*

And send your photo!🌲❤️

Thank you all.

Let us all unite globally for refugees.
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Bless you!! 👊🏻❤️ #WearYourNHS thank you so much for your support xxxxx
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My Tshirt arrived in the post today. Thank you Junior Doctors for all you have done for me over the years.

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Dear all,

#WearYourNHS shall be coming to a close, in its current incarnation at least.
This is a campaign that I have run, poured my heart into, loved, worked on, and learnt so much from, over the last 6-7 months.

By the end of next week, the incredible Vivienne Westwood designed Support Junior Doctors tees shall no longer be available to buy from wearyournhs.com !!

I created this campaign for our #juniordoctors cause as 1/ I wanted to remain sane throughout this hard time 2/ as an awareness campaign 3/ to raise some funds for both the campaign and for charity.

I think all these aims have been fulfilled and every chapter must come to a close and move into new phases.

I have been genuinely humbled by everyone's involvement in this campaign and to see you all out there on the streets, at rallies, at speeches, running marathons, at the gym, on motorbikes, climbing, with your families, your friends, in far-flung places all over the world has been no less than a truly beautiful experience.

We have even had babies, children and a few gorgeous dogs in the tees, inspired by our very famous Protest Doggy who began the trend. ❤️

I have felt an incredible unity from this and I am deeply thankful to all of you who got tshirts and wore them and spread the word!

The main aim was awareness raising and I think we've managed that. By getting celebrities on board it has widened the audience and the debate and discussion and I hope this helped us along the way!

As part of it, we've made 3 short documentaries, we've done an incredible professional photoshoot with Peter Capaldi and Sir John Hurt, we've marched with huge banners and spoken with some incredible people, given talks in all sorts of places, campaigned relentlessly and got a huge amount of media attention as a result.

Dame Vivienne Westwood, Ben Westwood and Vanessa Redgrave have been staunch supporters of our cause and I am so thankful.

So many other well-known faces have joined in, including Minnie Driver (all the way from the States) and Michael Sheen, and so many others....

Below are some of the most well-known faces.

But mostly I want to thank all you lot, with your photos up on the website, on Twitter, on the FB page, who got out there and spread the word.

This has taken over my life, and I am needing to get on with some other important things(!!) (including trying to become a Consultant) - so I need to close the online sales of the tees, so that the funds remaining may go to charity and I can continue campaigning in other ways.

As I work in Eating Disorders, I have spoken to the Eating Disorders Charity BEAT, who would be very grateful for the money. At present there is >£5000 in the bank, waiting to go.

Full breakdown of costs/ monies shall be on the website in due course. Funds went on the campaign as above - again, with the primary aim to be to raise awareness of our fight.
Because all the sales were managed by an online shop, #WearYourNHS received £3 royalty per tee.

I want to give the chance to you all to get a tee if you want an **awesome** memento of these last quite surreal months. All further monies raised shall also go to the above charity.

⭐️Sales will officially stop next Friday 17th June.⭐️

Do have a look at the website pages to see what's been achieved.

Look also at the Twitter page @wearyournhs #WearYourNHS and the FB page WearYourNHS

It was a lot of work, but great, and I absolutely think worth it.

We now move into more as yet unchartered waters, which I sincerely hope won't be as stormy. We can but hope.

Love & hugs to you all. I hope you've enjoyed it too, & that it's been something positive in amongst all the crap we've been dealt over the past year.

THANK YOU all. 👊🏻❤️

Lauren/Lolly xxx
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Donna WhaleyWell done and thank you for all the hard work you put In to save our NHS

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Shani RocheWhat a fantastic job you and the rest of the NHS do, thank you all. I have been in hospital today for a procedure and experienced first hand again what a wonderful service the NHS provides. Much love.xx

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Catherine HartYou have done amazing work Lauren. You always were a very determined young lady. I'm very proud of you and everything you've done. Love Miss Whibley xx

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Clair VinebergWell done. Have to say funniest thing ever was a few weeks back getting took to hospital in early hrs and then realising I had put my tshirt on with my pj bottoms in error. I was getting very odd looks only then looked myself and smirked. Ended up quite a talking point on the a&e ;)

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Lesley BurghartFantastic job. Well done & thanks to you.

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Sarah Sheldrake PhotographyThank you for your energy, commitment and belief in the NHS; #wearyournhs enthusiasm & posts throughout the campaign have been hugely inspirational & I'm honoured to have contributed in the small way I was able. x

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Femi OshinThank you

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Emilie HoogenboomThank you, thank you, thank you! ❤️

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Cathy CheshamThank you for bringing this campaign to the forefront of public attention. I'm having major surgery in a few weeks and will be wearing my T shirt on the ward...seems only fair and I have worn it in the NHS work place and the picket line.

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Caroline MitchellWe wore the Ts in GP land. Well done Ü x

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#BursaryOrBust Nurses Rally today- ending at the Department of Health on Whitehall
**We must all stand up for our nurses, who are having their bursaries cut.**
This will prevent potentially brilliant nurses from going into the profession.

Please sign any petitions if you see them/ join marches/ tell others! 👊🏻❤️
Well done Danielle Jade Lock Griffiths Anthony Johnson.xxxx
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Nurses rally tomorrow!
1 pm St Thomas's Hospital
3 pm DOH for speeches.
Vivienne Westwood shall also be saying a few words.
#BursaryOrBust
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BURSARY OR BUST MARCH: Continuing the fight to save NHS bursaries

Jun 4, 1:00pm

St Thomas' Hospital

BURSARY OR BUST We have called another march against the cuts to the NHS bursary. We are a grassroots, student led campaign and need your support! March with us for NHS bursaries and for the FUTURE OF THE NHS! We will assemble at 1pm and march to the Department of Health for speeches! NHS bursaries are a LIFELINE for many - the cuts will affect podiatrists, physiotherapists, dental nurses, speech and language therapists, radiographers, occupational therapists, operating department practitioners, midwives, nurses, dieticians and other AHP's. We, NHS students, work up to 50% in clinical placements (full time) which is why the bursary is fundamental to us because working part time is very difficult. We are not asking for special treatment, we simply want to keep our financial support in order to be healthcare professionals. If the NHS bursary is cut, it will mean only those who can afford to pay will become healthcare professionals. We strongly believe that a diverse range of people in healthcare professions is important. We believe that less people will want to train, or retrain, to be healthcare professionals. For nursing, the evidence shows that less equals higher mortality rates. There is currently a deficit of 24,000 nurses which is set to continue to grow. An apprenticeship route has also been proposed for nursing which would mean that those training would recieve approximately £3 an hour. We feel that this is incredibly unfair. In Osborne's Autumn spending review, it was revealed that NHS bursaries would be cut and replaced with a loan system. Furthermore, with a freeze on loan repayment thresholds and a rigid Agenda for Change pay scale, NHS students who qualify into their professions will be dealt with further cuts in their pay. The NHS bursary campaigners support free education for all. The imposition of a loan system is an attempt at breaking the tie between students and the NHS to pave the way for the complete dismantling of the health service in order to privatise and profit. NHS bursary cuts are simply the tip of the iceberg. Please join us! Supported by: The Peoples Assembly, DPAC, Momentum, King's College London Student Union, Unite, NUS, Unison,the RCN and GMB! We will have a special performance from the AMAZING NHS CHOIR!!! SPEAKERS INCLUDING: Vivienne Westwood Danielle Tiplady bursary or bust Roger Mckenzie Assistant General Secretary of Unison Steve Sweeney Nurse and The Peoples Assembly Dr Aislinn Mcklin-Dougherty and Dr Lauren Gavaghan Our amazing Helen Corry reading some of her wonderful and original poems Ann Corry a patient and lover of the NHS Paula Peters DPAC Malia Bouattia, Black Students Officer (NUS), President-elect of NUS Shelly Asquith VP for welfare NUS More to follow very soon.....watch this space

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Lorraine ScaifeOur Nurses, Student Nurses and Doctor need our support more than ever. Save our NHS.

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