A WREXHAM café has been decorated with a moving mural of the First World War.

Local businesses and artists have come together to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the end of the First World War with a street mural painted on a wall of local cafe Marubbi's.

Situated on Wrexham's Bank Street, the mural was created by the Wrexham Building Art Project, a local group born out of local businesses, artists and members of the public with a desire to put art on the buildings of Wrexham.

Project volunteer, Wayne Price painted the mural along with local shop owner, Aaron Purvor of Bank Street business, Geckos over the weekend.

Mr Price said: “I’ve been inspired by how many people had wanted to pay tribute to the brave fallen, those who fought or played a part in The First World War.

“We hopefully have two more projects on Bank Street in the coming months, however, that’s for the future. Today, we are all happy for the positive comments we have received on this commemoration of the Great War by so many of Wrexham Public. When people went past whilst we were painting, it put a smile upon their faces.”

Mr Purvor said: “Having family relatives who fought in the war, I’m very proud to have been a part of this project. I’m also looking forward to being able to see it from my shop window every day.”