Banbury school children help brighten up walls of vaccination centre with drawings

Several dozen drawings from local school children in Banbury helped brighten the walls of a local Covid-19 vaccination centre.

Children from several Banbury schools sent drawings to a Covid vaccine clinic held in Grimsbury. (photo from Hightown Surgery)
Children from several Banbury schools sent drawings to a Covid vaccine clinic held in Grimsbury. (photo from Hightown Surgery)

Children from several Banbury schools have sent drawings to a local community hall to help boost the spirits of people at the Covid vaccine clinic held in Grimsbury.

A spokesperson for Hightown Surgery, who is helping coordinate the vaccinations, said: "We started our Covid vaccine clinic a few weeks ago and we decided to contact a few local schools. We asked if their students would like to do some drawings to brighten up the hall so our elderly patients had something nice to look at, and so they felt relaxed whilst they were waiting to be observed.

"All of the children made some beautiful pictures and it has really brightened up our hall."

Children from several Banbury schools sent drawings to a Covid vaccine clinic held in Grimsbury. (photo from Hightown Surgery)