A Dreghorn signmaker is offering posters in tribute to the Queen for anyone who wants one after Her Majesty's death was announced this week.

Graham Crawley of Auld Lang Signs made the images which are available free for anyone who wants one to pick one up from his HQ.

He said: "I've had a few calls regarding window posters in memory of Her Majesty. If anyone would like one of these, they'll be available from tomorrow at Auld Lang Signs.

"They're made from self-cling material and won't leave any residue on your window, when it comes to taking them off.

"They'll also be free of charge for anyone who wants to come and pick them up. I'll be here all weekend."

The weel-kent sign-maker previously helped residents show their support for NHS heroes by printing hundreds of car window stickers during the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Mr Crawley later made ‘Dregin Supports Ukraine’ banners and stickers for a “wind-up” after the Russian invasion earlier this year.