A coronation crocheter has created a post box topper fit for a king.

The knitted masterpiece features a crown at the centre with over 10 figures including Grenadier guards and spectators and all set off with red, white and blue bunting.

The display adorns the post box in Bampton's market square.

Post box toppers have been spotted all around the country as mystery 'yarn bombers' celebrate the coronation with their heart-warming tributes.

In Abingdon, a coronation crocheter has created figures of Charles and Camilla.

They left a note saying they had raised £500 and would be donating it to Ronald McDonald House in Oxford which provides home away from home accommodation to families with children having treatment in hospital.

Meanwhile the Bampton topper is turning into the village's second-biggest local tourist attraction.

A group of visitors waiting to catch their Downton Abbey tour bus were seen admiring and photographing the handiwork.