The messages of support for the NHS have come from far and wide during the recent coronavirus outbreak, and have arrived in many forms.

But one of the more unusual versions is surely this message, painted on the side of a sheep and her two lambs, by farmers near Rhayader.

Pictured are Owain Rowlands, Niah Rowlands and Molly Rowlands from Neuaddfach Farm in Nantmel, who decided to paint the images on the side of the sheep in tribute to the work of the health service.

Mum Cal Rowlands said: "The National young farmers clubs asked members of the Young Farmers' Club movement to take a snapshot of their life in isolation during lockdown of Covid-19.

"So they decided to spray their Beulah speckled ewe with her twin ewe lambs to demonstrate there appreciation of the fantastic work the NHS are doing."