Six-year-old Burnley student pays tribute to NHS with huge chalk artwork

A six-year-old Burnley student has paid tribute to the wonderful work the NHS is doing during the coronavirus pandemic by creating a piece of elaborate chalk artwork.

Thursday, 14th May 2020, 8:34 am
Fareeha Razak with her artwork in tribute to the NHS

Fareeha Razak, who is a pupil at Heasandford Primary School, took on the challenge of expressing her gratitude towards the health service as part of her school's initiative to get students to be creative during lockdown.

Taking to the task with gusto, Fareeha decided on a chalk tribute in the car park of Olive High School, with her school saying that her piece was the largest entry in the competition. Fareeha's mother, Parveen Razak of Lawn Street, commented on how proud she was of her daughter's work.

Fareeha with her tribute to the NHS
Fareeha Razak with her artwork in tribute to the NHS
Fareeha Razak with her artwork in tribute to the NHS