A MEMORIAL window has been unveiled at The Salvation Army charity shop in Bromsgrove's high street to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War.

The display features a man and woman's army uniform, church window with cascading poppies, two poppy wreaths and a copy of the Daily Mirror newspaper from November 12, 1918.

Store volunteer Mark White, aged 47, said: "With it being the centenary of the armistice signing I asked our manageress whether we could do a remembrance window and she thought it was a great idea, so three of us put all of our ideas together and came up with this window.

"Loads of people have been stopping to have a look or popping in to say how brilliant it looks."

The charity shop employs 12 volunteers and raises money for people in need in the local community.