Youngsters who attend a childminding group in Whitchurch have paid their own tribute to the fallen ahead of Armistice Day on Sunday.

The children, minded by Bev Allman, who is rated highly by Ofsted, came together to make their own 'waterfall' of poppies using hand prints and finger painting.

Bev says the children, who range in age from babies to pre-school, were taught about what the poppies mean as they made them, but still had fun.

She said; "Myself and the children have made a poppy display.

"It’s all made from the children’s hand prints fingers prints and painting; we have had so much fun but also learning about why we have poppies. It’s been a big hit on social media and many people have commented when passing our house even the postman took time out to knock and congratulate us."