A community has been urged to help pupils create a garden of remembrance as part of the commemorations of those who died in the First World War.
Pupils from the Gordon Schools in Huntly are asking local residents to buy a Poppyscotland cross that can be planted near the entrance of the school.
Each cross will be adorned with the name of a former pupil or staff member who died during the conflict, taken from the school’s roll of honour, with the donor’s name on the back.
The crosses are available from the school reception.
For the pupils, the aim is to see all former staff and pupils remembered in the garden.
It is also hoped that people in the area will pay for a cross to honour those who died who do not have any descendants still living in the local area.
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The planting of the crosses is due to start on Monday with the names of the casualties from 1914, and will continue throughout the week, with each day representing a different year of the war.
The school reception is open from 8am to 4pm every weekday, and each cross costs £1.50.
All money raised will be given to Poppyscotland, a cause that provides support for ex-military personnel.