NHS deploys 'yarnbombing' campaign to tackle shortage of young blood donors
Thousands of knitted red blood drops are being left in prominent public spaces such as the Tony Hancock statue in Birmingham in a novel campaign by the NHS to encourage 17-24 year-olds to donate blood.
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