Nursery children in Hanworth created a mini replica of the poppy display which was seen by millions of people at the Tower of London.

Youngsters at the Crane Park Neighbourhood nursery on Norman Avenue spent several weeks learning all about why people wear poppies as well as making their own to mark Remembrance Sunday and the centenary of the First World War.

They created a sea of poppies which were displayed in the nursery garden for proud parents to go along and see.

Crane Park Neighbourhood nursery children create mini replica of sea of poppies
 

Nursery manager Darren Bryant said: "During the last couple of weeks lots of the children have been learning about why people are wearing poppies and making their own, it is so important that children can learn about history."

Crane Park Neighbourhood nursery children create mini replica of sea of poppies
 

Staff and many parents along with their children were also able to visit the London poppy memorial.

Crane Park Neighbourhood nursery children create mini replica of sea of poppies
 

People across the borough in Feltham , Isleworth and Heston also honoured fallen soldiers and marked the centenary of the First World War.