Dozens of poppies have appeared across one seaside town in preparation for Remembrance Day.

A total of 114 poppy shapes, each featuring the name of a fallen soldier from Sheringham, have been pinned up around the town.

Alan Daniels and his wife Julie organise the tribute each year to remember the local lives lost in the First and Second World Wars.

Eastern Daily Press: 114 poppies have been dotted around Sheringham114 poppies have been dotted around Sheringham (Image: Julie Daniels)

Mrs Daniels said: "My husband and I have put the poppies up just before Remembrance Day for quite a few years now.

"My husband Alan is a member of the British Legion in Sheringham and is the parade marshall for the Sunday service."

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She explained that Mr Daniels took each name from the Sheringham war memorial to personalise it to the area.

One of the names on the poppies is that of Albert Bayfield, Mrs Daniels' own grandfather.

Eastern Daily Press: Alan and Julie Daniels organise the tribute each yearAlan and Julie Daniels organise the tribute each year (Image: Julie Daniels)

She added: "Alan is the main man behind it - I hold the ladder and thread the cable ties - but Sheringham people do love to see them. "

Sheringham's Remembrance Sunday parade will take place this Sunday.

The procession will begin in Cremer Street at 10.15am and arrive at the war memorial at 10.30am. 

A Remembrance Service will take place at St Peter’s Church at 11.15am.