A DISPLAY of ceramic poppies have gone on display at Penketh Library – but two have already gone missing.

The artwork was added to the front of library on Sunday after work from more than 30 people.

But two went missing on Monday and the library is asking for their safe return.

The poppies have been created to mark the 100th anniversary since the Armistice was called in 1918.

They were produced at the Potters House in Penketh.

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Geraldine and Alan Snape set up the gallery and workshop more than 30 years ago, producing ceramics and paintings as well as running pottery and painting classes for the community.

Young and old combined to create the poppies.

The display also includes plaques marking the names of some of the fallen soldiers from Penketh and Great Sankey during the First World War.