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Meet more of #RHeroes

EVERYONE at QPR is hugely grateful to all the incredible NHS staff and key workers – and we want to acknowledge #RHeroes!

Since we highlighted our first nominees, we’ve received several more stories and photos of R’s fans who are working hard to help protect us during the coronavirus outbreak.

You can nominate yours by emailing [email protected] or by using #RHeroes on social media.

Meet more of #RHeroes below …

Katie Stephenson would like to nominate her partner and mega QPR fan Reece Stansbury as one of #RHeroes.

Having only recently started in the police, Reece (above) is still trying to come to terms with everything whilst the world has gone upside down but he has been so supportive to Katie when she comes home from a long day in the ambulance. ‘Without him here I wouldn’t be able to do my job and yet he’s still heading out to work and helping everyone else too!’

Sounds to us like you’re both #RHeroes!

10-year-old Morgan Rosendale hasn’t seen his dad Craig Rosendale for a month as he’s a key worker for Thames Water. A QPR season ticket holder, Morgan can’t wait to see him when all this is over.

Lynne nominated her daughter Ellie Selvey. A lifelong QPR fan, Ellie (below) is working extremely hard for intensive care in Chelmsford.

Ronnie_QPR (@CiaRon87) would like to nominate mother Linda Fitzgerald who works in a local GP survey dealing with all sorts as well as looking in on their grandparents as much as she can.

Scott Turner nominates his father Paul Turner.

An engineer working long hours for British Gas, Paul (above) has also helped deliver food parcels and packages to elderly and vulnerable people during the pandemic. ‘He will always help out no matter the conditions or circumstances and makes me and my brother proud.’

Doreen Peto nominated Julie Lincoln who goes to work nearly every day to get all the medical equipment ready to send to the staff in hospitals for NHS. Julie is a dedicated QPR supporter and goes to almost all of Rangers’ games with her dad and fellow member Alan Barrett, a supporter for nearly 70 years.

Dave West (@foresthoop) nominated his sister Shona Perry (below, middle) who is a HCA at the cardiothoracic centre at Basildon University Hospital, currently looking after Covid-19 patients.

Danny Allen has nominated cousin Hannah Mullally and sister Ellie Mullally. Hannah is currently nursing on the high intensity care unit on the Covid wards at Hillingdon Hospital while Ellie joined Tesco to help out with the demands during the current situation. ‘Our family are very proud of them’.

From everyone at QPR to every single one of you ...

THANK YOU!