STUDENTS created artwork depicting Remembrance Day to honour the fallen soldiers from World War I.

The Arts Society Ascot organised a new art installation as part of its 'Art @ The Station' project as Ascot Railway station to commemorate Armistice Day.

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Art students from Cheapside, Licensed Victuallers School, South Ascot Village School, St George's School, The Marist School, and Sunningdale School and Pre-school created pieces of art.

The display at the station has a poppy wreath and a freize imitating poppy fields of WWI.

Unique canvases have been placed on the walls of the Railway station to showcase their tributes and pay their respects to the fallen war heroes.

Eloise Volschenk, The Art Society's young arts representative, said: "The enthusiasm, excitement and involvement of the pupils is clearly visible in their creations, each of which is quite different, and that travellers passing through the station leave with huge smiles on their faces."

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The display will remain at the station until November 24.