A PRIMARY school girl has spent her pocket money to thank an amazing 1,000 key workers for their efforts during the coronavirus crisis.

Jasmine Pollard, eight, originally added personal messages to 100 keyrings she bought to show her gratitude to people who had continued to work to keep us safe during lockdown.

But the free gifts proved so popular with NHS staff, emergency services, supermarket employees and bus drivers among others that she ordered more keyrings.

And a family friend was so impressed with the youngster's efforts that she chipped in.

Jasmine, whose parents are key workers and who attends St Andrew's Primary School, Taunton, spent hours writing messages from herself and brother Charlie, two, on each keyring.

She then personally delivered them to the town's heroes.

Jasmine, of Priorswood, previously told the County Gazette: "I did it because the key workers we have are still working and risking their lives just for us.

"They are really brave.

"They say they really like them and they are brilliant."

The recipients were so pleased with the gifts that she decided to make even more.

Jasmine's mother Jo said: "I am so proud. No keyrings have been sold. They were all given for free to say thank you."