A public building in Bury St Edmunds is marking the Remembrance period with a display of 4,000 crocheted and knitted poppies.
West Suffolk House, home to West Suffolk councils, Suffolk County Council and more, now features a huge floral arrangement made by staff, friends and families. The sheet of poppies took nine months to make.
Sally Kelly, from West Suffolk House Customer Services, came up with the idea.
The poppies fall three stories into the building's reception area.
The Customer Service team also created commemoration boards to be displayed at shared council offices in Haverhill, Mildenhall and Newmarket.
A limited number of the poppies have been reserved for people to buy in support of the Poppy Appeal. The poppy display will hang at West Suffolk House until Friday 16 November. Anyone interested in using it after this date, or viewing the poppies as a group, should contact email@example.com