James makes the cut for the NHS

James Clark, from the Wyton Mower Centre, decided to make his own tribute to the NHS in a field at

James Clark, from the Wyton Mower Centre, decided to make his own tribute to the NHS in a field at King’s Ripton. - Credit: Archant

James Clark, from the Wyton Mower Centre, decided to make his own tribute to the NHS while he was cutting the grass.

James, along with two-year-old daughter Pheobe, cut the letters out using a ride-on tractor in a field at King’s Ripton.

His wife Katie is a nurse at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, in Cambridge.

Mr Clark said creating outdoor spaces was necessary because “all our key workers need a space to unwind after a stressful day or night at work.”

Wyton Mower Centre is offering a 10 per cent discount for NHS staff.


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