A MOVING and emotional tribute video to honour the frontline NHS staff battling the coronavirus pandemic has been created by an inspiring teenager.

Bracknell media student Jasmine Britten Pigram, 16, created a music video to thank the doctors, nurses and hospital staff for working hard to save people's lives.

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As part of the video, Jasmine was asked by her mum's partner Darren Hodge if she could create a video for him to accompany the tribute song that he had written.

Darren adapted the lyrics to Run by Snow Patrol to reflect the Covid-19 pandemic, which he sand and recorded on his phone.

A Bracknell media student has created an NHS tribute music video to thank all NHS staff working hard to save lives during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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Jasmine said: “I was very thankful for being a part of the project as it made me feel as if people could trust that I could create something so special to make for them, especially as it was for the NHS.

"I made the video for my mum’s partner who wanted to write a song dedicated to the NHS. He asked me to create a video for him relating to what’s happening right now.

Jasmine sourced images of the NHS and care workers from news reports and spliced them with the footage that Mr Hodge had recorded, creating a heartfelt video which she uploaded to YouTube on Sunday, May 10.

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Darren Hodge said: “I have always been a believer in our NHS and our care workers, who are undoubtedly both undervalued and underpaid!

“I was listening to Run by Snow Patrol and I thought that I could rewrite the lyrics to dedicate the song to all of the NHS and care workers working for us and putting their lives on the line.

“I decided to play the backing track and record myself on my mobile. I then asked Jasmine if she would help me by putting some footage together and making it more meaningful by way of visual footage.

“I think she did a great job, so a massive thanks to her for that.

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The creative media production and technology student at Bracknell and Wokingham College was praised by her teacher for her uplifting video.

Samuel Instone, media teacher from Activate Learning, said: "Creative Media students at Bracknell and Wokingham College have been working effortlessly throughout the lockdown period.

“One of our Level 3 Year 1 students in particular, Jasmine Britten Pigram, shared a video which she had edited together paying tribute to NHS workers and carers fighting COVID-19.

“Archive footage and still photographs from previous news reports were cut together with Darren's performance to create a heartfelt moving message to viewers.