Ahead of Remembrance Sunday another knitted post-box topper has appeared in Abingdon this week.

This installation of yarn-bombing is located on a red post-box on Wooton Road.

Stitched on top of a net knitted with blue yarn the words “Lest we forget” can be read in bright red letters.

Sitting on top of it, there is a stuffed Royal Air Force plane in a dark military green colour.

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Hanging from it there is a note left by the creator, it reads: “Please stop look and share. But please do not damage or destroy it takes too long to make. Thank you.”

The photographer, Karen Vivian, who lives in the town, shared the pictures on Facebook, the creator, is still a mystery.

She wrote: “Absolutely love this remembrance post box topper in Wooton Road!!! So clever.”

These pictures were taken after another Remembrance topper appeared in Abingdon’s Market Square las week.

According to its tag, the yarn-bombing installation called “Ronald” was created to symbolise those who gave their tomorrow for our today.

Mystery crocheters have been leaving their yarn-bombing installations all around Oxfordshire with the only intention of spreading love to anyone that encounters them, according to another anonymous knitter.

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