Clevedon School thanks NHS with giant light display
- Credit: Shane Dean
Clevedon School has unveiled a huge 80ft state-of-the-art light display - a tribute to essential workers which says 'Thank You NHS'.
Local lighting company, Fineline Lighting, helped the school illuminate the buildings with their show of gratitude.
Technology used to for the 80x50ft projection is usually seen at outdoor events and arena concerts, such as the Glastonbury music festival.
Headteacher Jim Smith said: “We are so grateful to the NHS for all that they have done and all that they are currently doing.
"With many of our families either working in the NHS or benefiting from their services, we wanted to acknowledge their sterling work and to try to give them a boost for the weeks ahead.”
The light show was seen by drivers, who regularly pass the school, as well as being carried on the school's social media sites and on regional television.
To see the drone footage, follow @Clevedon School on Twitter.
- 1 North Somerset Council determined to prevent rise in empty properties
- 2 Clevedon Co-op to close temporarily
- 3 Council to focus on making community 'better and stronger' post Covid
- 4 Teenager to run 100 miles in memory of her granddad
- 5 Controlled explosion carried out at nature reserve
- 6 Portishead residents facing skyrocketing costs due to unsafe cladding
- 7 Eco homes to be built on 'local oasis'
- 8 CBI backs Bristol Airport's expansion appeal
- 9 Charity pays tribute to 'much-loved' reverend
- 10 Canadians in solidarity with airport opponents