A model she created of a trench from World War One has won a Clitheroe schoolgirl a prize.
Hannah Stevens, a year nine student at Ribblesdale High School, won second prize in the 2017 Armistice Prize.
The scheme was introduced in 2008 by the Lancashire branch of the Western Front Association to mark the 90th anniversary of the Armistice of the First World War.
Each year schools are invited to submit entries in the form of booklets, models and artwork.
As reward for her creative efforts, Hannah was presented with Ian Westwell's Complete Illustrated History of World War One.