TWO new highly detailed post box toppers have gone on display.

The colourful hat creations are by Rachel Williamson, a retired police officer from Rhyl, who has now made more than 100 knitted toppers. She is assisted by her sister Ruth and her mum.

The I'm A Celebrity topper - on show in Abergele - features grumpy shopkeeper Kiosk Cledwyn, a mini phone box as well as spiders and rats.

The topper for Remembrance features a soldier sitting on delicate poppies.

Rachel said: "The I'm A Celebrity topper took about a week to make with help from mum, oh and my sister Ruth wants everyone to know that she made the phone box. We've put it outside the post office in Abergele. As for the remembrance one, that took me about three days, crocheting 50 poppies and the actual topper. We've used the soldier from a previous topper.

"I'm not sure how many toppers we've made, I've lost count.

"We've done over 100 for sure and the requests are still coming in thick and fast."

Rachel started making the toppers at the beginning of lockdown.

She went to the chemist to get her mum’s prescription and saw a queue of "miserable faces".

She decided to put a sparkly rainbow topper on a postbox nearby to cheer people up.

Rachel is currently planning Christmas toppers for Rhyl.

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! will return to tv screens on Sunday, November 21.