We’re Re­mem­ber­ing…

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At 11am on Novem­ber 11, 1918, the guns fell silent over Europe, but we will never for­get the brave men and women who have died in war. Pop­pies al­ways play a part in Re­mem­brance Day, of course, and the thou­sands of ce­ramic pop­pies that cre­ated a weep­ing win­dow and a wave at the Tower of Lon­don in 2014, have re­turned re­spec­tively to the Im­pe­rial

War Mu­seum, Lon­don, and the Im­pe­rial War Mu­seum North, Manch­ester. The stun­ning dis­plays can be viewed un­til Novem­ber 18 and Novem­ber 25.

Our de­signer Ju­dith was hon­oured to re­ceive one of the orig­i­nal ce­ramic pop­pies as a birth­day gift in mem­ory of her late father, and she is one of thou­sands of peo­ple tak­ing part in build­ing a dig­i­tal map to show where all the ce­ramic pop­pies are now. You can view it or add your own poppy at WWW.WHEREARETHEPOPPIESNOW.ORG.UK

The weep­ing win­dow, which Ju­dith also vis­ited

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