THE Glasgow Times is urging you to back a poster campaign to show your support for the city's keyworkers.

In today's newspaper, see page 20/21, we have provided you with a free window poster for you to create a message for all of Glasgow's heroes on the frontline.

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It is part of a wider campaign for everyone to display a People Make Glasgow poster as a thank you to those working hard on the frontline during lockdown.

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The displays will highlight Glasgow’s community mindedness and the shared resolve people are showing by adopting physical distancing measures to protect key workers and each other.

Social media users are being asked to include the hashtags #stayhome and #peoplemakeglasgow when sharing their displays on social media.

You can also e-mail our newsdesk with a picture of your Glasgow Times display and your contact details - and we will run the best in the newspaper.

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Scarlett Shaw, 6, has already made her own version which she showed key workers at Springburn Fire Station and Springburn Ambulance Centre on Monday while out with her family for her daily exercise.

Councillor David McDonald, said: “Glasgow’s people have always been at the heart of this great city and Glaswegians have responded brilliantly to the Coronavirus crisis by staying home, restricting their movements and looking out for more vulnerable neighbours.

“The People Make Glasgow window display campaign is designed to celebrate the spirit of resourcefulness, generosity and kindness that personifies this city, and to express solidarity with our frontline workers and each other during this difficult period.

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“At a time when most Glasgow Life services are being delivered remotely due to the lockdown and facilities are temporarily closed, we hope this initiative will help spark creative engagement and enjoyment while people are at home.

“As demonstrated by the hugely popular rainbows campaign, there are no limits to the ways people might respond to this challenge, and I think we can look forward to some very imaginative displays that reflect Glaswegians’ shared affection for their city, as well as showing their love and care for their neighbours, their communities and our hard-working frontline workers.”

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Launched in 2013, Glasgow Life said the People Make Glasgow brand was described at the time as a “bold, friendly, confident” statement that evokes “a real sense of pride”.

Widely recognised and liked by locals and visitors alike, it has been praised for placing the city’s best asset – its people – at its heart.

You can also download the People Make Glasgow template on their website