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Local hospital pays tribute to staff with new rainbow crossings

They say the new crossings bring a permanent ray of sunshine to the building.

Two new eye-catching rainbow zebra crossings are welcoming staff and visitors at Bradford Royal Infirmary.

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust say the brightly-coloured crossings are bringing a permanent ray of sunshine to the hospital.

The crossings have been created by the Trust’s Estates teams, who have installed the crossings at the hospital’s accessible entrance off Smith Lane and at the A&E entrance, off Duckworth Lane.

They have been painted as a tribute to staff who have been working tirelessly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and to welcome and brighten the day for patients and visitors.

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