This wall mural commemorates soldiers who were awarded VCs during the First World War. The UVF of the first world war has no connection, other than name, to the paramilitary organisation of the last 40 years. This mural is one of a number painted in an initiative to replace the overtly paramilitary murals of recent years with more positive images of local culture and heritage.
Mural on a gable wall just off Templemore Avenue. Not the most impressive artistic effort I've seen (the map of Northern Ireland (ie. the white blob in the centre) seems to have lost the Ards penninsula...), this mural is a celebration of a loyalist flute band - the 'Gertrude Star'. More info on NI murals is available here.