Loveable Cockney rogue Jacko from the television show Brush Strokes delighted crowds when he visited Burton in June 1988.
The actor, whose real name is Karl Howman, was in town to open the new Co-operative Bank in Station Street.
After the opening, fans of Jacko and Brush Strokes were able to meet Karl for a chat and to have autographs signed.
In the BBC drama, painter and decorator Jacko was known for drinking bottles
of lager – but during his visit to Burton he was given Bass Export ale to toast the opening.
After opening his bottle of Bass, the actor said: “It’s good stuff, too.”
After opening the Co-operative Bank , the actor went off to play golf.