Mystery tribute to Windsor Davies spotted in Bridgend

A mural of Windsor Davies Image copyright Andrew Groom
Image caption The portrait has appeared on a rock face on a road near Nantymoel

A graffiti tribute to the late Welsh actor Windsor Davies has appeared on a rock face overlooking his hometown.

Davies, 88, who played the sergeant major in It Ain't Half Hot Mum, died on Thursday, his family said.

It was spotted by Andrew Groom when he was cycling on Bwlch-Y-Clawdd Road near Nantymoel in Bridgend county on Sunday.

The tribute has sparked interest on social media about who the mystery artist could be.

Mr Groom, of Treherbert, said he was "really proud" someone had created this tribute for the community.

"I was quite amazed, it is such a nice gesture. Windsor deserves this because he is a national treasure," he said.

Image copyright Andrew Groom
Image caption Photos of the portrait have been shared by more than 1,500 people on Facebook

Mr Groom, 50, added that he "couldn't believe" how popular his post of the tribute was on Facebook.

His photos have racked up more than 1,500 shares - and counting.

"You would miss the mural if you were in a car, I was lucky to spot it today," he said.

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