Celebrity chef Marco Pierre White helped deliver sandwiches to NHS staff at Great Western Hospital.

He helped Manni Madhani, owner of The Bank in Old Town, who has been delivering the good to the hospital during the coronavirus crisis.

Thanks to the most recent delivery Mr Madhani has now delivered more than 10,000 sandwiches to the key workers.

Catherine Newman, associate director of Fundraising for Brighter Futures, said: “A huge thank you to Manni and his team at The Bank for the generous daily deliveries of sandwiches, which have kept our staff going during these challenging weeks and to Marco for stopping by to say hello and deliver the final batch.

“It’s been really wonderful working with them and an incredible partnership.

“Thank you also to everybody else in our local community who has supported us by making kind donations.”

Marco was the youngest English chef to get three coveted Michelin stars at the age of 32 in 1994.

More recently he appeared on Hell's Kitchen in ITV and advertised Knorr stock cubes.