Remembrance Sunday 2018: Poppy displays in pictures

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From "Poppy Road" in Walsall to Lloyd's of London, Armistice Day is being marked across the country - and beyond.

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Members of the Royal Family and Prime Minister Theresa May attended the Festival of Remembrance on Saturday
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The Last Post sounded before silence filled the hall and poppies floated down
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Poppies fell from the ceiling over members of the Royal Navy, the Army and RAF who stood in the centre of the hall
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Before the England v New Zealand rugby match at Twickenham, Prince Harry laid a wreath on the pitch and a minute's silence was observed
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A single commemorative poppy atop skyscraper Tower 42 in the City of London.
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A box of poppies believed to date back almost 100 years was found in an old suitcase in Cardiff
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A statue of former West Bromwich Albion player Tony Brown with a poppy at the Hawthorns football ground
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A wreath is laid on the pitch before Cardiff City's home Premier League match against Brighton on Saturday
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Workers at the insurance market Lloyd's of London watch as poppies fall through the atrium of the building during Friday's commemoration service
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Salisbury Cathedral is lit up with a projection of falling poppies, created by the Royal British Legion
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In Hull Minster, people admire an installation created by artist Martin Waters entitled "Coming Home"
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Meanwhile, on Seaham seafront in County Durham, the historical statue of soldier "Tommy" is decorated with magnetic poppies
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Station Road in Aldridge, Walsall, has been transformed into Poppy Road
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Residents and businesses have decorated their buildings with tens of thousands of poppies as part of the project
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On a smaller scale, local councillor Laurence Green in Ashprington, Devon, tends to a memorial at the village war memorial
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Thousands of individually knitted poppies cascade down the side of St John the Baptist church in North Baddesley, Hampshire
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"Still now and always in our hearts": Crosses at the official opening of the Field of Remembrance in the grounds of Lydiard House and Park, Royal Wootton Bassett
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Watchman V, the outgoing mascot for the Staffordshire Regiment Association, near Westminster Abbey
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Next to the Menin Gate Memorial in Ypres, Belgium, poppies with messages are left in remembrance
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Meanwhile Down Under, EU ambassadors help to install poppies ahead of Remembrance Day commemorations in Canberra, Australia
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More than 15,000 poppies - knitted by the Secret Society of Hertford Crafters as well as schoolchildren and people in care homes - pour down Hertford Castle
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Woollen poppies adorn the railings outside Winchester Cathedral in Hampshire
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A range of knitted decorations for Armistice Day decorate railings in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
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London Underground redecorates its Tube sign to mark the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day
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And around the Tower of London, the moat is filled with 10,000 lit torches as part of a week-long installation

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