Dozens of children from Hart and Rushmoor have shown their support for the NHS and other key workers by crafting Rainbows For Hope, to share with their local community.
Thanks to the children's efforts, there is always a new piece to display on the digital signage, which can be seen by essential workers driving by, and local walkers taking their daily exercise in the surrounding woodlands.
Among the pictures is a bright finger painting by Finlay, age 5, from Tweseldown School and a creative rainbow mural in chalk by Edith and Nancy from Fleet - pictured below.
Danny Rowland, Sales Director, St Edward, said: "It's hard to miss our hoarding if you are passing by, so we wanted to make sure it is being put to good use during this time. The response we've had from the children in the community has been brilliant. The artwork is eye-catching, colourful and brings a smile to your face. We're so pleased that the community gets to enjoy it as they pass by the development."
Hartland Village is a new neighbourhood, which will comprise a choice of family homes and apartments, a village centre, an abundance of green open space - including a 70 acre country park - and a two-form primary school. Over time, St Edward's vision for Hartland Village will see it provide the social spaces and facilities that will foster a great community spirit and encourage friendships to build among residents, promoting active lifestyles and mental wellbeing.