PUPILS will plant poppies in the grounds of a museum to remember the fallen soldiers of the First World War.

The students at The Marlborough School, Woodstock, will perform the planting at The Oxfordshire Museum on June 28.

The ceremony is part of the school's Great War project, Woodstock Then and Now, with the poppies on display until July 24.

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Afterwards, students will make an art installation based on paper poppies to reflect visitors' thoughts on remembrance.

The ceremony is in partnership with the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum, which is in the grounds of the county museum and specialises in military displays.