A church has place 6,000 handsewn angels on show to recollect those that died from coronavirus in Wales.
The figurines are suspended in nets hanging within the tower and naves of St Giles’ Parish Church in Wrexham and can stay in place till January.
The Reverend James Tout said: “Angels for Christians have pictured hope and lightweight for generations currently.”
The show was impressed by the fifteenth Century musical angels carven into the church’s wood roof.
Each angel represents a life lost and has has been created with new or recycled paper, wool and different materials.
“It’s a very acceptable image that we will show to people of the thought of life once death and therefore the hope that we’ve got in God that life will continue and death isn’t the end,” he added.