ANOTHER 'mysterious' post box topper has popped up outside a post office in Cumbria. 

For the past couple of years, many knitted creations have appeared on the post box outside Millom post office. 

This time, the impressive 3D artwork depicts Hodbarrow seawall at Haverigg - a breakwater protecting the former iron ore mine from the sea.

Included is the seawall itself, Haverigg Point Lighthouse, the installation at White rock, a fisherman and even some seagulls.

A spokesperson for Millom Post Office said: "They have been supplying toppers for over two years now - we had our first one for valentines day 2021.

"We love the mystery surrounding them as we have no idea who the Millom Crochet Fairies are."

The Post Office posted a photograph of the crochet yesterday (May 2) which has already gained over 180 likes. 

Many local residents were quick to thank the mysterious group who are believed to have been behind Easter, Valentine's and Halloween toppers, at least, in the last year. 

One woman posted: "Absolutely fantastic, thank you whoever you are, it cheers people up."

Another added: "Once again, whoever does them should be proud of herself because they are brilliant, and admired by everybody who sees them."

One Facebook user said: "Saw it this morning, looks fabulous who ever you are you're very talented."