A FARMER has ploughed a giant heart for the NHS into his Oxfordshire farm.

As a sign of support for the frontline staff working through the coronavirus pandemic Ben Wilson, who manages the Glympton Estate near Blenheim Palace, spent the day carving the design into his 20-acre field with his son – doubling it up as a tractor driving lesson.

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He then captured the design on a drone and took to Twitter to show it off, explaining: "Had a little play in the field pre-spring oats."