NHS staff the length and breadth of the UK will be honoured by locked-down people from doorsteps, windows and balconies on Thursday.
People confined to their homes across the country are being asked to take part in the Clap for Carers campaign on Thursday at 8pm.
The national salute will honour the hardworking NHS staff who are on the frontline of the covid-19 pandemic.
And The Courier wants to see your photos and videos of the event from across Tayside and Fife to use in our newspaper and online.
In a gesture of thanks to the frontline healthcare heroes, everyone across the nation has been invited to join a a mass round of applause from their doorsteps, windows and balconies on Thursday at 8pm.
Landmarks across the UK will be lit up blue during the salute, which is part of the #lightitblue campaign.
Gary White and Chuck Crampton, who jointly started #lightitblue, said in a joint statement: “The events and entertainment industry finds itself in an unprecedented state of enforced inaction.
“The best thing we can do – apart from staying at home – is to use our skills and networks to say thank you to everyone who is supporting the NHS and risking their own health to help others during this pandemic.”