DENBIGH TOWN Football Club has temporarily changed its badge to show its support for NHS staff during the coronavirus pandemic.

The rainbow has become a symbol of hope for the nation during the outbreak, with many houses displaying them in their windows.

Temporary hospitals across North Wales have also been called "Ysbyty Enfys" (Rainbow Hospital) in tribute.

This week, Welsh Alliance one title-chasers Denbigh Town decided to do their bit to show gratitude to NHS staff members by adding a rainbow to their club badge.

A Town spokesperson said: “We have temporarily changed our club logo in recognition of all the fantastic work by all NHS staff, carers and other key workers within our community.

"Thank you guys. Great work."

As well as doing their bit to show their support during the coronavirus pandemic, the club has been busy maintaining its home ground at Central Park.

The current date for restarting games in the Welsh Alliance One is June 6 but, that is subject to change depending on the situation at that time.

Thanks to 360 Groundcare, the Central Park pitch has recently been scarified, aerated, seeded and fertilized and they have now put the Summer care package in place.

Denbigh Town themselves currently sit in third place in the Welsh Alliance One table, with games in hand on Glan Conwy and Holyhead Hotspur who are above them.

They have also reached the Lock Stock Cookson Challenge Cup final where they are set to take on Hotspur.