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.

Credit: Oldham Parish Church
  • 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

Credit: Greengate Junior School
  • 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.

Credit: The Church of England School of the Resurrection
  • Parklands High School, Chorley

  • Burscough

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.

Credit: Glen Marland

People have been knitting thousands of poppies for months.

Credit: Glen Marland
  • St Matthews Church of England school, Chadderton

Credit: Wendy Henshall Leech
  • St Mary's churchyard, Prescot

These handmade poppies were made from recycled wreaths by the Friends of Prescot Cemetery and Churchyard.

Credit: Viv Frodsham
Credit: Viv Frodsham
  • St. Mary the Virgin Parish Church, Leigh

Credit: Kevin Crinks
Credit: Kevin Crinks