Sand artist Claire Eason teamed up with outdoor activities ranger Jane Dixon who involved Embleton Primary School Vincent Edwards Church of England and Seahouses Youth Project.
Together they made 104 poppy flags marking 104 years since the end of the First World War.
These were taken to the beach and placed along the design of the giant poppy field.
Claire said: “It was great to see so many enthusiastic people showing up to help.
“I had drawn the outline of the poppy field before they arrived, then they took turns building the image by raking in the flower shapes.”
Claire filmed them developing the design with her drone and a handheld camera, while Tom Wild recorded The Last Post to add to the video.
Claire added: “Beaches have often been the site of the horrors of war and a coastal poppy design involving lots of people seemed poignant.
“The poppy represents the sacrifice that so many have made in conflicts around the world to achieve peace. Creating a giant poppy field with a dove of peace was meant to capture that message. Involving the community to develop the field through their joint efforts and together spreading the word was very moving.
“Having children as part of the event was important because it is essential to convey an appreciation of the sacrifice and suffering that conflict brings.”
The event was kindly sponsored by Rob Racenis in memory of his wife, Jill and also Katie Bushby in memory of her husband Jimmy Steele.