Stranger Things star Millie Bobby Brown has made a £15,000 donation to NHS staff on the frontline of the coronavirus pa...
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The actress, Millie Bobby Brown, 16, gave £5,000 each to Bournemouth Hospital Charity, Salisbury District Hospital Stars Appeal and Southampton Hospitals Charity.
The money will go towards supporting workers throughout the health crisis. Millie, who has lived with her family in Bournemouth for four years, said: "Britain's NHS workers - and all carers - are an inspiration to us all and are the nation's heroes."
Donations go towards items including personal care packages, non-perishable food and drink and access to psychologists.
The actress is self-isolating at her family's home in Georgia, US, and she recently revealed she is recording music during lockdown.
Last month, she appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon via video link and discussed her current music making.
Stranger Things season four filming is currently on hold due to current restrictions brought on by the virus meaning Millie has more time on her hands.
Debbie Anderson, head of charity for Bournemouth Hospital Charity, said: "We are committed to supporting the mental and physical wellbeing of our staff at this time, and thanks to the generous donations we have already received we have already purchased health and wellbeing books, toiletries, refreshments, and white boards to communicate with patients and other staff members when wearing PPE."
Millie is best known for playing Eleven in Netflix sci-fi drama Stranger Things, and will next appear in the films Godzilla vs Kong and Enola Holmes.