Here are just some of the many hundreds of tributes erected by local communities to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.
Oldham Parish Church
Hundreds of knitted poppies have sprung up in the town centre and around Oldham Parish Church thanks to volunteers.
Isle of Man
Students on the Isle of Man are set to receive a specially minted coin to mark the centenary of Armistice Day at the end of the First World War
Greengate Junior School, Barrow-in-Furness
The Church of England School of the Resurrection, Beswick
Pupils created poppies from plastic bottles and took a 'There but not there' Tommy to watch over the display.
The boots represent soldiers who went to war but never came back.
Parklands High School, Chorley
Burscough in West Lancashire has put displays in businesses all around the town, and introduced this moving silhouette of a soldier on the wall of the church.
People have been knitting thousands of poppies for months.
St Matthews Church of England school, Chadderton
St Mary's churchyard, Prescot
These handmade poppies were made from recycled wreaths by the Friends of Prescot Cemetery and Churchyard.
St. Mary the Virgin Parish Church, Leigh