Stoke Mandeville six year-old's fence mural to say thank you to NHS staff as they arrive and leave work

Living so close to Stoke Mandeville Hospital, six year-old Beau Bailey and his mum came up with a bright idea to say thank you to hospital workers during the covid-19 crisis.

Thursday, 9th April 2020, 12:40 pm
Updated Thursday, 9th April 2020, 12:42 pm
Beau Bailey with his brilliant mural saying thank you to keyworkers

Beau, who attends Stoke Mandeville Combined School coloured in some bright and cheerful 'Lego keyworker' pictures on Wednesday, and the pair have made the pictures into a mural on their fence, which is close to the route that many staff will take to get to and from the hospital.

Beau's mum Amy Bailey, said: "We had so much fun colouring these Lego keyworkers in.

"We stuck them on our fence as we live on the road opposite Stoke Mandeville Hospital and Asda, and we know lots of the staff walk past our house on their way to work.

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