HAVE you spotted this stunning poppy display in Bradford?

The poignant tribute ahead of Remembrance Day currently adorns the entrance to the Cracker Barrel micro-pub on Harrogate Road in Greengates. 

It has been wowing those who have seen it.

The idea was that of elderly veteran Peter Cannon, a regular in the Cracker Barrel, who works closely with Royal British Legion.

It is made up of around 4,500 poppies - all of which have been stuck individually on by hand by pub owner Kirsty Franks.

Kirsty, 37, who runs the pub with her husband Paul, said it took around 20 hours to do over three weeks. 

Paul and his brother Gary also made the Tommy statue which accompanies the display. 

Kirsty said: "People absolutely love it. I think it's brilliant.

"We didn't know what to expect. The people who fought in the war and died for the country should always be remembered.

"It's important to teach the younger generation about it because it can be forgotten in the busy world we live in."

The display has been met with a huge response on Facebook, with people liking, commenting and sharing pictures ahead of the important commemorations tomorrow and Monday.

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