Pupils from Cranleigh, Rudgwick and Winchester have commemorated the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World by making poppies to go on display in their local communities.
Berkeley invited children from schools near its new neighbourhoods to create the installations, marking Remembrance Day and honouring fallen soldiers from across the decades.
Students of Pennthorpe Preparatory School in Rudgwick crafted dozens of poppies from recycled plastic bottles, creating a fantastic display for Barleycroft.
Nearby in Cranleigh, Jigsaw School children made flowers that can now be seen at Leighwood Fields.
Henry's Kindergarten and Harestock Primary School made their poppies from dough and fir cones to "plant" at Knight's Quarter in Winchester.
Head of Art and Design at Pennthorpe Preparatory School, Liza O'Shea, said "We are delighted to contribute to the field of poppies, it has been a great chance to make some recycled art, which involves so many of our community; from those that donated plastic bottles to the Year 7 pupils that made the flowers.
Ben Annetts, Sales and Marketing Director Berkeley Southern, said: "A big thank you to all of the children who made such striking poppy displays to help us commemorate Remembrance Day. People love seeing these installations and knowing that they are made by local pupils. It's the first year we've worked with these schools and, seeing what a beautiful job they did, we're looking forward to carrying on the tradition in the future."