Martinstown Cricket Club have found a unique way to get behind the NHS, leaving a message of support in the middle of their pitch.

The club has shown their love and support for the NHS by cutting a pattern of the three letters encased in a heart into the turf.

With many members of the club and their families’ working for the NHS in the fight against coronavirus, the club’s groundsman, Tony Jacobs and its President, Jim Godding decided to use their time and resources to pay tribute to the NHS.

Mr Jacobs said: “We had the time and the place to show that the club is indebted, as we all are, to the NHS.

“Jim and I were proud to do it, and we made sure to social distance throughout, of course.

"There may be no cricket possible, but we are glad to have the opportunity to pay tribute to our wonderful NHS.”