One Minute Brief of the Day:
Create posters to encourage the public to download the #WithALittleHelp track by @NHSVoices
And we're hoping the OMBLES can spread the word as far as we can to encourage people to download.
We're looking for posters with positive messages based on the music track and video which you can see here... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQS-V9MZtDA&feature=youtu.be&app=desktop
Remember to tweet your posters to @OneMinuteBriefs @NHSVoices @NHSMillion @LoveYourNHS with the hashtag #WithALittleHelp #NHSVoices #NHS70
Feel free to tag in any of the celebs you see in the music video too!!
Here are the links to download and include in your tweets too:
iTunes - https://buff.ly/2lHoUFX
Amazon - https://buff.ly/2lPd3FO
Google Play - https://buff.ly/2KPv41B
This is your chance to have your work shared within a huge campaign for a great cause.
About the campaign:
NHS STAFF WHO BEAT BIEBER ARE BACK WITH BAND AID NHS
Dr Katie Rogerson, 33, and fellow NHS worker Joe Blunden, 34, have joined NHS colleagues to create a Band Aid-style single to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS, and they hope to top the charts following the track’s release today. The brilliant music video to accompany the track was created by The Gate Films.
Against all the odds, they have pulled together an all-star cast for the song, including Seal, Beverley Knight, Guy Garvey, Alexandra Burke and UB40. Altogether, the line-up have close to 150 top ten hits between then, and more than 30 number ones. It also features the NHS Choir of doctors and nurses that got to top spot in 2015.
In addition, they have attracted legendary producer Timbaland, who is working with Grammy nominated Brit Jon Cohen to deliver what is sure to be a memorable rendition of the Beatles classic With A Little Help From My Friends. This special NHS version is also supported by Sir Paul McCartney, after the pair wrote him a heartfelt letter.
Dr Katie said of the feat: “Joe and I wanted to think of a way to include everyone who is touched by the NHS in a huge celebration. What better way than a Band Aid-style song and with a national singalong. This is our way to nod to the past seven decades of love, care and the best of British, standing hand in hand with 1.3 million fantastic staff to say ‘happy birthday NHS’.”
Joe added: “I work with NHS staff all over the country and see how hard they work to deliver care for patients. We want this track and singalong to show them just how appreciated they are, and we’re delighted that so many big stars have taken the time to contribute. We really hope everyone goes out and buys it today, and that we have a huge number one to celebrate our country’s greatest institution.”
All proceeds from the single will go to NHS Charities Together, a group of more than 100 NHS charities that provide invaluable funds to improve the experience of patients.
Let's do this and help get the NHS to Number 1...again!!!