A GOLF CLUB has created an eye-catching tribute to the NHS on its site in Mortimer.

The letters 'NHS' have been hand-cut into the grass in huge letters at De Vere Wokefield Estate.

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Pictures show the tribute from different angles, which has been created to how support and appreciation to the NHS in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Jamie Anton, director of Golf and Leisure at De Vere Wokefield Estate, said: "The team at De Vere Wokefield Estate were keen to show their support and appreciation to the NHS, and recognise those who are involved locally helping to fight the virus at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading.

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"We decided to show our support by hand cutting ‘NHS’ into our main lawn on the rear of our Mansion House.

"It is important that during these challenging times we show support for each other and recognise the extraordinary commitment of our frontline key workers."