Motorists are being encouraged to honk for the NHS thanks to a huge sign that has been put up by Bucks residents.

Spotted on the Wendover Road in Aylesbury, the banner is next to the A413 in the county and is urging those driving past to show their support for those on the frontline by honking their horns.

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The sign was made by Sofia and Ava Lorella and has a rainbow on which says, ‘Thank you NHS’ followed by a red heart.

Rainbows have become the adopted symbol of hope as the country continues to fight against coronavirus, with the banner being one of many being spotted across the town.