The Eden Shopping Centre in High Wycombe is inviting those who live in the area to thank NHS and key workers, by asking them to send in photos to help create a giant photomosaic.

Project managers need to collect over 1,000 photos to generate the mosaic which will form part of a lasting tribute to the commitment and bravery to all of the workers who risked their lives during the ongoing pandemic, which has claimed the lives 41,300 in the UK.

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Andrew Norton, centre director at the Eden Shopping Centre said: “We’re asking people to send us photos of themselves to be included in the mosaic.

“We’ll use the photos to form a giant rainbow image that we’ll display in the centre along with a ‘thank you’ message.

“We feel it’s important to continue to show our appreciation to these special people for caring for us and keeping society running during such a difficult period.”

The mosaic will feature a rainbow design that has become synonymous with hope across the country, with the photomosaic incorporating a message of thanks to helping bring colour and positivity back into the lives of Eden’s community.

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Anybody can take part in the project as face-covering selfies, a family photo, a picture of your child’s rainbow drawing or a photo of yourself holding up your own message of thanks, are being recommended

To take part, go to