READERS OF The Mail have reacted after the Rotary Club of Furness commemorated the work people have done during the pandemic and to reflect on the community's collective loss.

The charitable organisation have been on the front lines helping with the vaccine roll out at the Alfred Barrow Medical Centre.

After months of volunteering at the centre on their last Covid vaccination shift, they shone torches to commemorate the work done by thousands of volunteers through the coronavirus pandemic.

Residents who attend the medical centre for their jabs have praised the club.

Sarah Bell said: "I went for my second vaccine tonight - everyone at Alfred Barrow are absolute stars. From the cheerful, helpful Rotary Club volunteers that greet everyone outside and inside and tell us where we need to go, to the wonderful staff administering the vaccine. Thank you to you all."

Yvonne Woodend added: "Fabulous work by all the team and sometimes in horrendous weather conditions! Thank you to each and everyone of you involved from the volunteers and nurses etc who gave their time to well done! Total respect for you all!"

Anne Walker commented: "Well done to you all. Be proud of what you have done, from the volunteers outside, the lads and lasses inside and all the lovely people who gave the injections, last night was so easy well done again "

Zirvana Smith said: "Fantastic work by everyone involved and they always have a smile on their faces and hello to me when I have got a doctor's appointment or when I had my Covid vaccine."