HUNDREDS of hand-crafted poppies are helping to create a blooming lovely remembrance display in the centre of Saundersfoot.

The 400 knitted and crocheted flowers are the work of local yarn-bombers and feature in a special panel depicting the number 100 to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.

It is now in place on the railings of the Little & Large Lite Bites Café, where the group meets every week.

The remembrance display is also complemented with a number of hand-painted 'poppy' pebbles, created not only by the group but also the members of the Saundersfoot Strollers walking group and their families.

"We've been making the poppies since August," said the project organiser, Lyn Sandall. "They aren't for sale because they are sewn onto their background, but we would welcome donations for the painted pebbles, which can be left in the Poppy Appeal collection box in the café."

The Little & Large Lite Bites Café yarn-bombing group has had another busy year, with Idris the Pom Pom Dragon to mark St David's Day; knitted and crocheted blooms for the St Issell's Church flower festival and a yarn-bombed bike in tribute to Geraint Thomas and Ironman Wales

Projects planned this winter include making gloves and scarves for the homeless and little teddy bears for children in Africa who have undergone operations.

The group meets in the café every Thursday morning and always welcomes new members and donations of wool.