Communities across the West Country have been coming together, at a social distance, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in Europe.
People living in Axbridge, Somerset, came up with a way of celebrating VE Day while maintaining social distancing.
The community had been planning a large party in the town's medieval square.
Instead, both the sports club and junior football club mowed 'VE 75' on the local playing field.
In Melksham, Wiltshire, the Town Council organised a “Tommy” to stand proudly in the Market Place to remind residents of the anniversary.
The solitary solider surrounded by poppies and a lighting display has been created by the town's resident horticulturist Richard Collett.
In Fremington, Devon, residents have decorated their homes with flags and bunting. Excerpts from Churchill's famous wartime speeches are also played out loud.
It's a similar picture in Weston village, Weston-super-Mare.
Councillor Sarah Codling shared on Twitter how her neighbours have "pulled out all the stops to safely celebrate".
In Plymouth, Chaz Singh took a special VE Day selfie in front of the Union Jack flag.
As the stay home and save live messages remains fully in place, celebrations also took place in peoples' back gardens.
In Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, Becky Martin and her children have painted stones, put up flags and dressed their house in bunting.
In Stoke St. Mary, Somerset, decorations to mark VE Day also thanked those working on the frontline during the coronavirus pandemic.
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