HUNDREDS of Moray school pupils put their creative work on display at a First World War centenary roadshow at RAF Lossiemouth, run by the national charity Never Such Innocence.

Never Such Innocence is dedicated to educating young people about the war, its impact and legacy, through creative means.

Pupils from eight schools in Moray have been studying the First World War for several months.

This year’s Never Such Innocence competition invites children and young people to submit poetry, art and songs inspired by events of the war.

The roadshow at RAF Lossiemouth offered the children, aged between nine and 15 years of age, an opportunity to showcase their efforts in remembering and recognising the major effect it had on the world.

This year’s roadshows form part of the RAF’s centenary celebrations to commemorate, celebrate and inspire.

Lossiemouth’s station commander, group captain Jim Walls, said: “In this the year of the RAF’s [100th] anniversary, it is especially appropriate that the children could visit RAF Lossiemouth to see how we have developed over the last century into the dynamic, robust force that protects UK airspace and contributes to operations worldwide.”