Pupils from a Burnley primary school made a poignant display of poppies using recycled plastic bottles to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Each pupil at Park Hill School was given a poppy made by the Year 6 pupils to “plant” in a designated area of the school grounds.
Mr Ted Davidson from the Royal British Legion joined in with the planting.
The resulting display is a moving reminder of those who have given their lives in wars and conflicts.
The school will hold a special Remembrance Service this afternoon.