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() Dame Barbara Windsor returns to screens to thank fans for their support as signatures on her open letter to Boris Johnson calling for him to fix the dementia care system reach 100,000 Last month Dame Barbara Windsor called on her fans to support her cause Writing a letter to Boris Johnson, calling on him to fix the dementia care system She has now released a Youtube video thanking her fans for their support You can help send a message: Sign our petition change.org/dementiacare

By Milly Vincent For Mailonline

Published: 02:14 BST, 2 September 2019 | Updated: 02:19 BST, 2 September 2019

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Dame Barbara Windsor has graced our screens once again to offer her thanks to the 100,000 who signed her open letter to Boris Johnson, calling on him to fix the broken dementia care system. 

The EastEnders actress, 82, who has been battling dementia since 2014, wrote urging the Prime Minister to come up with an urgent funding solution for social care. 

She has now released a Youtube video thanking her fans for their support.  

In the video uploaded by the Alzheimer's society she says: 'Thank you all so much for your support in signing the letter to our Prime Minister, it means so much. 

Adding: 'Lets make this happen and fix dementia care.'

Dame Barbara – who was diagnosed with Alzheimer's five years ago – signed an open letter to Mr Johnson demanding decisive action on the 'inadequate, unfair and unsustainable' care system which blights the lives of hundreds of thousands of families.

Barbara Windsor thanks supporters as she speaks in her role as an Alzheimer's Society ambassador

Barbara Windsor thanks supporters as

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