AN incredible image of Captain Sir Tom Moore has been painted onto a window to honour the fundraiser.

The picture was created by Tom from Snow Windows and can be seen in the window of funeral directors A J Brooke in Ascot.

The picture shows the late Captain Sir Tom Moore smiling with his walking frame with trees in the distance and a colourful rainbow behind him in a nod to the NHS.

The owner of the funeral director, Gemma Pacitto, said: "In our line of work we understand the sense of loss when someone passes.

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"We know that the loss of Captain Sir Tom Moore would have a massive impact on the nation, so we thought it would be lovely to honour him with a beautiful dedicated window."

When sharing pictures of the window on social media, Gemma said she has been linking to the NHS Charities Together website.

She said: "We felt it would be a lovely way to continue the amazing fundraising Captain Sir Tom Moore did."

Captain Sir Tom Moore passed away at the age of 100 on Tuesday having tested positive for Covid-19.

Last year, then 99-year-old and a decorated WWII veteran, set out to mark his 100th birthday, and raise funds for the NHS, by walking 100 circuits of his Bedfordshire garden in Marston Moretaine, by his 100th birthday, which would fall on April 30, 2020.

The initial fundraising target was £1,000.

When the final count was made the amount was close to an astonishing £33 million.