Berkshire village 'turns red' to honour those who died in the Great War

Tilehurst in Berkshire is honouring the war dead in its own way. Credit: ITV Meridian

With final preparations underway across the South to mark 100 years since the end of the Great War, a village in Berkshire has turned red to honour the war dead.

The campaign was the idea of Brownie leader, Kate Taylor. It began with a small church display but now hundreds of people in the community have dressed their homes and shops to remember the fallen.

Mel Bloor has our report: