Children's colourful mural erases Ynysangharad racist graffiti
It was once covered in racist graffiti and crude markings.
But a grim underpass, marked with swastikas, has been transformed into a colourful tribute to Pontypridd's heritage by a team of children using spray paint and their imaginations.
The children, aged from nine to 18, created the mural at Ynysangharad War Memorial Park with the help of local police.
Ch Supt Belinda Davies said it had "transformed it into a pleasant place".
The mural was created by local children as part of the Graffiti Project youth scheme, which aimed to get the youngsters to create a piece of art which... read more
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