Several exciting pieces of artwork have popped up across Berkshire to celebrate the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

From postbox toppers to stunning coats of purple poppies, it is impossible in some communities to miss the creativity.

Image: Penny Adams

Throughout areas with a strong sense of community or a significant connection to the war effort this is especially common.

In Arborfield Green, Gaynor White from the Barkham Hookers crochet club created a stunning poppy display that decorated the bronze horses that stand in the village to commemorate the war.

(Image: Gaynor White)

Post Box toppers are popular with residents across Berkshire during any national holiday. From the Queen's Jubilee to the King’s coronation, the creative people of Berkshire are out in mass.

Here are some pictures of what Berkshire residents produced to celebrate the 80th anniversary of D-Day.

(Image: Penny Adams)

(Image: Gaynor White)

(Image: Gaynor White)

(Image: Fiona Bennett)