An exhibition of work about World War One created by youngsters at three Killamarsh schools has gone on display.
Killamarsh Heritage Society has been working on the Poppy Exhibition project.
It is now open to the public in the Methodist Church on Sheffield Road.
Pat Bone, of the society, said: “All the school children have visited the exhibition to see their work on display.
“The children of Killamarsh should feel very proud of the work they have produced and we hope everyone will come along and see it for themselves.”
Killamarsh Infant, Junior and St Giles’ schools have taken part in the project along with local brownies, guides and cubs.
The exhibition is on display until Monday August 4, the centenary anniversary of the start of the war.
Entry to the display is free.