Paul Chuckle has paid tribute to his brother Barry on the year anniversary of his death.
Veteran entertainer Barry Chuckle, real name Barry Elliott, died at the age of 73.
He and Paul found fame as comedy duo the Chuckle Brothers performing in BBC comedy show ChuckleVision, which ran for 21 series from 1987 to 2009.
Paul tweeted a black and white photograph of himself and Barry, writing alongside it: “I can’t believe its been a year already… August 5” followed by a broken heart emoji.
Barry was buried in their home town of Rotherham in a service which saw Chuckle Brothers fans line the streets to honour his memory.
SYKE Graffiti Art created a mural of Barry Chuckle at Dundee’s Robertson Street Community Garden.
The artwork by SYKE, whose real name is Symon Mathieson, includes the brothers’ famous catchphrase, “To me, to you”.
SYKE posted a photo of the mural to Facebook, adding: “Quick sprays on the route home. To me…..”.
Barry’s funeral took place at Rotherham’s New York Stadium, which is also the home of Rotherham United football club, of which Barry and Paul were honorary life presidents.
Paul suffered another loss at the end of July this year with the death of his older sibling Jimmy Patton.
Jimmy, who was in his late 80s and regularly appeared alongside his younger brothers in ChuckleVision, died peacefully at his home with his wife Amy by his side, Paul’s manager Phil Dale said.