Police impressed after giant NHS logo mysteriously appears in grass in Leeds suburb
Police stopped to note their admiration after a giant NHS logo was mown into a Leeds surburb's park by an unknown landscaper.
Police were on foot patrol in Allerton Bywater when they spotted the 'massive NHS sign' on the Millennium Village green.
A spokesman for the force said: "Whilst on foot patrol yesterday in Allerton Bywater my attention was drawn to the massive NHS sign on the Millennium Village
"I am not sure who did it but I must say, I was extremely impressed
"I just had to take a picture and share it.
"Keep up the good work, and please keep to the rules that are set in place.
"STAY AT HOME, PROTECT THE NHS, SAVE LIVES."
Of course, Boris Johnson is set to announce a change in the messaging today, opting for 'Stay Alert, Control The Virus, Save Lives', which has drawn criticism for its lack of clarity from some quarters.
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