Members of the Holy Trinity Orange Pealers were up early on Monday to hang poppies around the church on Anson Street.
More than 1300 poppies were strung along the fences of the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, in commemoration of Remembrance Day.
Knitted by the church bell ringing Pealers and other volunteers, the poppies popped up for the day on November 11.
Holy Trinity Orange Pealer Jennifer Derrick said the church was a Garrison Church for the 1/19th Brigade and the Bell Tower was built as a war memorial to the First World War.
"So it is only fitting that we commemorate Armistice Day today by placing a garland of poppies along the fence," she said.
For the centenary of Armistice Day last year the poppies were hung from the top of the Bell Tower.
This year restoration work on the roof caused the Pealers to get creative with their placement.
"We felt the poppies would look better strung along the fence," Mrs Derrick said.
Remembrance Day has been observed by Commonwealth member states since the end of the First World War.
It was commemorated in Orange with a service at Robertson Park attended by around 500 people.
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