Charfield residents have adorned the village with poppies in an act of remembrance.

Villagers have spent the past nine months knitting 10,000 poppies for use in the display.

The flowers now cover vast swathes of the village, including on St John's Church and the nearby war memorial.

A service of remembrance will start at the war memorial at 10.50am on Sunday.

On Saturday volunteers will be at the church selling knitted and poppy appeal items and on Sunday they will be supplying breakfast rolls.

All money raised will go towards the Royal British Legion's poppy appeal.

The display will be taken down on November 18, so make sure you visit before then.