A quick look at the 'World War One Mural House' and a little bit more info.
ZoneZine would like to thank Verona Gotitall Hodgson for inviting us around to see the mural depicting imagery related to the commemorating those who lost their lives in the First World War,
Verona's friend, local artist, Sean Glimmertwin Lyons has painted the work back of her house in Saltdean.
Verona told us that the mural was to a statement in recognition of the people and animals who were tragically killed in the conflict.
She said that her daughter's birthday falls just before remembrance Sunday, she told us that because of this the poppy symbol had added significance, also her daughter's boyfriend has joined the armed forces this month.
The intention is for the mural to be a permanent fixture. The creator Sean told us that whilst it only took a day to spray the main part of the image he is still working on adding some other detail.
Sean was actually adding some purple poppies to the scene while we were talking, he told us that that they were to symbolise the animals that were also involved in the conflict.
Verona told us that the soldiers and horses would sometimes lay down in the trenches together to keep warm.
More of Sean's work can also be found here: