AN Evesham shop is doing its bit to brighten up the street during this dark and difficult time.

Silver Birch Bouquets has on display in its front window a giant rainbow, including flowers, a sun, and the NHS logo, to thank the hardworking medical staff saving lives during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Hayley Birch Roden, who runs the Port Street shop with brother James Birch, mum Rachel Birch and dad Cocker Birch, said the creation was made with the help of her daughters Izzie and Lillie Roden.

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"We are a family business and known for our window displays by all our customers and people passing by as well as our freshly delivered flowers from Holland," Mrs Birch Roden said.

"We have painted the shop window to show NHS and key workers how much we appreciate them. My two children helped and made posters to go in the window."

Mrs Birch Roden said she would love for it to be in the Journal as she said there would be lots of our customers that won’t be able to see it, due to the government's rules on movement. The shop is currently closed, in line with the government's rules on shop closures.