Here are 12 stunning photos of the In Memoriam NHS tribute on Harrogate Stray

The sun has been shining down on the newest addition to the West Park Stray this week.

Thursday, 3rd June 2021, 12:07 pm
Updated Thursday, 3rd June 2021, 12:08 pm
Take a look through these stunning images of the In Memoriam installation on the Stray.

The poignant In Memoriam installation, created by artist Luke Jerram, is dedicated to those who have lost their lives to Covid-19. Both residents and vistors alike have been flocking to the Stray to take in the impressive display, which features 120 blue and white flags made from hospital bed sheets. The touching NHS tribute is part of a project run by Harrogate International Festivals, supported by Hornbeam Park, Harrogate BID and Swainsons Funeral Directors. Take a look through these stunning images to see it sparkling in the sun...

David Hodgson took this beautiful sunset picture.
A lovely shot from the ground submitted by Richard Johnson, showing the daisies on the Stray.

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A hazy dusk shot taken by Julie Potts.
Another beautiful evening shot by Julie Potts.
An image of the blue cross taken by a drone.
Sharon Canavar, chief executive of Harrogate International Festivals, took this beautiful shot, capturing the summer glow and flowers on the Stray.
Sharon Canavar, chief executive at HIF, in front of the display.
Daisy Searby, aged 10, from Harrogate at the installation.
As glorious weather has swept the country over the last week, the installation has been made to look all the more lovely by the beaming sunshine and has been a welcome sight for those doing some sunbathing on the grass.
The special artwork will be place on the West Park Stray until Monday, June 7.
The incredible 118ft piece of art that stands right at the heart of our town.
Steve Gill took this cracking shot of the flags flying in the wind against a backdrop of blue skies.