A rainbow has been painted on Guernsey’s Princess Elizabeth Hospital.

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, rainbows have been used as a symbol of hope.

Islanders have been putting them up in their windows - creating a colourful display across the Channel Islands.

Now, Guernsey’s hospital has its very own rainbow.

The idea came from a member of staff who initially had the image superimposed on the hospital.

Art in the heath and care environment is extremely important for the well-being of service users and staff. At HSC our artwork is based around the concept of bringing the outside in. This rainbow fits perfectly. Having this image on the most well-known building in the HSC estate further reminds us of the hard work and dedication of all staff working in health and care in the Bailiwick.

Lottie Barnes, Health and Social Care Guernsey