Wartime-inspired art to help protect NHS in pandemic
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A collection of World War Two-inspired art is being used to hammer home the 'stay home' message during lockdown.
The HELP Appeal - the charity that will fund a helipad at Torbay Hospital and has funded new helipad at Exeter's Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital - has created the images to help motivate people to stay home in the fight against coronavirus and relieve pressure on NHS staff across Torbay and Devon.
Robert Bertram, from the HELP Appeal, said: "We hope to channel the indomitable spirit of the British people during World War Two, the inspirational speeches of Winston Churchill and iconic wartime icons such as Rosie the Riveter, to encourage people in the battle against coronavirus.
"Everyone needs to batten down the hatches for a bit longer to help protect our local hospitals and save lives.”
All posters are available to print for free at www.helpappeal.org.uk