CHILDREN across North Yorkshire have been getting creative to show their support for the NHS.

From painting rocks to chalking rainbows on the pavements, everyone has been putting their skills to good use to thank all key workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

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To start our gallery here's seven-year-old Lottie, from Fulford, York, who has painted and decorated these colourful rocks. She has displayed them in the garden and hopes they will make her friends and neighbours smile on their daily walk.

Meanwhile, Lily Harrison-Berry, 6, from Pickering, has decided to make a rainbow using chalks.

And, Maisie and Violet Winspear have decorated a bale on their farm in Lockton in support of the NHS