PUPILS at Llandudno’s Ysgol y Gogarth have made a poppy for each of the 336 servicemen from the town who lost their lives in the First World War.

The poppies, which mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice, have been mounted on a grassy bank within the school.

Headteacher Jonathan Morgan said: “The pupils researched the names of the servicemen from Llandudno who are commemorated on the Cenotaph, and set about making a poppy for each name.”

“The poppies are made from recycled bottles which pupils and staff collected and have been placed on a bank within Ysgol y Gogarth.

He added: “The project has given pupils an opportunity to apply research skills alongside design and technology skills, and the result is spectacular. It has created a huge amount of interest from visitors to the school, parents and pupils alike, and we all feel it is a fitting tribute for Remembrance week”