Birthday girl creates huge banner to ask people to stay at home
A huge banner, asking residents in Woodbridge to stay at home has been created by a Suffolk birthday girl and her family.
Tabitha Hayter should have been celebrating her 11th birthday with a party this week instead she and her family have created the special banner.
The banner was designed for a competition being run by Suffolk Constabulary for U12’s during the Easter holidays.
The piece features a large, colourful design highlighting the ‘superman’ like work of the NHS as well as the family’s own links with the Scouting movement.
“The kids see the news and how bad it’s getting,” said Mr Hayter.
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“The banner is about one metre by two metres long.”
He added: “It took about four hours to make in total.”
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The banner, now complete, sits proudly outside the family’s home, on one of the main road’s through Woodbridge.