A PRUDHOE resident known for his spectacular projection shows has used his talents to pay tribute to NHS staff on the front line in the battle against coronavirus.

Wayne Bond, who lives on Castlefield Drive, often draws crowds to his home at Christmas and Halloween.

This time, he’s projected tributes to the health service on to his neighbour’s house, whose wife and daughter are nurses working in critical care units. The projection encourages people to make some noise for health workers this evening at 8pm, as part of a national campaign launched by Heart and Capital radio stations.

Mr Bond said: “We’ve all got to do our bit. My neighbour said it had cheered up all the nurses on the ward. I’m self-isolating, so there’s not much I can do, but Heart and Captial are doing the round of applause, so I’ll make some noise.”