Knitted poppies on trees at Coventry War Memorial Park
Hundreds of knitted poppies have been attached to trees in a memorial park in Coventry.
Members of the city's Women's Institute (WI) have knitted 600 poppies for the city's War Memorial Park.
Jo Byrne, from the Earlsdon WI, said: "We've put these around trees to help people to think of what the past has given them."
The park opened in July 1921 as a tribute to the soldiers from the city who died in World War I.
In July, Prince William dedicated the park as a Centenary Field, the first of 500 areas to be awarded special status to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Great War.
War Memorial Park
- Was built on what was once part of Styvechale common
- Opened in 1921
- The war memorial, which is 90ft (27m) high, was dedicated in 1927
- It is the largest park in Coventry
- There are landscaped gardens and sports areas
- It hosts the annual Godiva Festival