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Inverness Caley Thistle pay tribute to the NHS by lighting up Caledonian Stadium in blue lights

By Will Clark

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Inverness Caledonian Thistle paid tribute to workers in the NHS by lighting up the Main Stand in blue lights in the early hours of this morning.

The Caledonian Stadium is lit up in blue in tribute to the NHS.
The Caledonian Stadium is lit up in blue in tribute to the NHS.

The club came together with Inverness based KBE Event Services to run a number of stunning smoke and light programmes which entertained the unsuspecting traffic on the A9 and Kessock Bridge.

Chief executive Scot Gardiner said "The KBE Event Services team began work at 7pm and on my arrival back at the stadium for the final touches at 11pm, it was still too light due the fantastic clear skies.

"It was all wrapped up just after 2am as we had to wait for real darkness but it was definitely worth the wait and the results are amazing."

"It was just a shame that we couldn't shake hands as we all had to social distance the entire evening.

"We will have to do that in the future once we get through all of this and get to work the team once again in the future.

"It was worth it to say our small thanks to the NHS and the key workers doing so much for the Highlands and beyond."

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