This is the image of a huge banner set to be installed in the town centre to commemorate the Accrington Pals.
The 55m by 7.5m banner will be wrapped around council offices on Broadway in Accrington as part of the borough’s First World War anniversary commemorations.
It will be placed five metres above ground level opposite the Arndale Centre.
The banner features several image of the members of the Accrington Pals regiment, poppies and a British flag.
Also printed are the words ‘spectamur agendo’ which means ‘judge us by our deeds’.
Council leader Miles Parkinson said: “The wrap around comes after a lot of work by volunteers and people involved with the Pals working group and will lead off the commemoration events.
“The pictures have been chosen by the working group and are a fitting tribute. I’m sure it is something the community of Hyndburn will welcome.”
Lauren Ashworth, the council's principal planning officer, said they had concerns about using the common term ‘Accy Pals’ and believed the full ‘Accrington Pals’ was more appropriate.
The scheme has been developed by Hyndburn Council and council bosses want it in place by mid-February. Officers say the building wrap will also hide the facade of the council offices on Broadway until a formal decision is made on their future.