Christopher Williams, artist with a connection to Wales (Maesteg, Neath)

Christopher Williams He was commissioned by King George V to paint the investiture of Edward, Prince of Wales at Caernarfon Castle. He painted portraits of the Rt. Hon. Lloyd George and Sir John Rhys. During WW1 he painted the Welsh charge at Mametz Wood, it now hangs in the National Museum of Wales.

Colin Jones, sportsman with a connection to Wales (Gorseinon, Penyrheol, Swansea)

Colin Jones Boxer of note. Defeated Kirkland Laing tp become the British Champion and went on to beat Mark Harris for the Commonwealth title too. He later went up against Henrik-Palm for the European Welterweight Championship, a match lasting just two rounds. Could have taken the World title but for a split descision from the judges!

Dai Francis, from Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales

Dai Francis Star of the highly successful but now totally 'politically incorrect' 'Black and White Minstrels Show' (based at Victoria Palace for many years). His Al Jolson impressions were magnificent. Lots of TV work.

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