This town in Cornwall has erected "close to 50" scarecrow figures inspired by key workers to show their support for the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
Tens of figures decorated with rainbows and supportive messages can be seen in resident's gardens, next to road signs and attached to walls.
Matt Windsor, who filmed this, told Newsflare: "The village of Kilkhampton just outside of Bude today, April 28, erected scarecrows to show support for NHS and key workers close to 50 have appeared overnight and depicted key workers such as nurses, police and postal workers.
"Each made by hand by the residents of the village. I have lived in the village for the past six years and the community is close-knit and always keen to show support."