Knitted and crocheted poppies have been taking over towns in the West, inspired by the display of ceramic poppies at the Tower of London in 2014.
It seems to be the modern way to remember the fallen of conflicts between the first World War and today. Our reporter Robert Murphy has been to see the Wiltshire poppy tributes and was also at a traditional march in Bristol, attended by the last Dambuster, 'Johnny' Johnson
Volunteers have created a cascade of poppies on St Lawrence Chapel in Warminster - each one includes the name of a fallen soldierRead the full story ›
A shopfront in Taunton is marking this year's Armistice and Poppy Day commemorations - with an unusual twist.Read the full story ›
The intelligence agency GCHQ has launched this year's poppy appeal in Gloucestershire with a waterfall of poppies.Read the full story ›
Veterans, volunteers and a pair of 80s pop stars were in Cabot Circus this afternoon to launch this year's Bristol Poppy Appeal.
Hundreds of shoppers stopped to watch The Korgis perform their hit single 'Everybody's got learn Sometime'. For the next six weeks all the song's royalties will go towards the appeal.
This year's message is about recognising the sacrifices made across all generations.
Sailors from the Royal Navy warship HMS Somerset have formed a giant poppy to mark this year’s Royal British Legion Poppy AppealRead the full story ›
The Royal British Legion's annual search for volunteers to work the Poppy Appeal is launching in spectacular fashion in Devon and Cornwall today.
A train named in remembrance of war hero Harry Patch, the last survivor of the First World War trenches, is making its way from London to Penzance.
The train is being largely manned by staff at Great Western Rail who are also armed forces veterans.
This year's poppy appeal in Devon was launched with marching bands, cadets, and military veterans parading through the centre of Exeter.Read the full story ›
Today marks the start of the 2015 Poppy Appeal & the Royal British Legion is showing photos contrasting WW1 veterans with current soldiers.Read the full story ›
The Royal British Legion has launched its annual poppy appeal in Cornwall. The organisation unveiled a 'poppy edifice'. Last year the charity raised more than half a million pounds in the county.