COMMUNITIES across Bradford are going the extra mile to honour the fallen as the Armistice centenary draws closer.

The country will fall silent on Remembrance Sunday, November 11, in tribute to those who were killed.

People of all ages contributed to this stunning display at the Queensbury Community Programme (QCP), which operates in the heart of the village. 

They have been knitting and crocheting poppies over the past six months for the display, which cascades from the top of the building. 

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Kathryn Halford, from QCP, said: "The youngest contributions came from the Brownies who have made their poppies by finger knitting them.

"These have been sewn on the display in the form of a wreath.

"We started sewing the display in October - people have been dropping into QCP to help out - it’s been wonderful to see so many people getting involved in such a special commemorative celebration."