Thursday 4 Oct 2018
At 11am in All Saints Pavement, some of the names of the fallen who are commemorated in the Kings Bood of Heroes, were read out by members of the Guild of Freemen. .
This was followed by an event to attach some of the 30,000 handcrafted poppies to netting.
Thank you to all who took part.
The installation will be put on the church on 3 Nov and will remain in place until 19 Nov
Sunday 4 Nov 2018
You are invited to Evensong on Sunday at All Saints Pavement on 4 Nov at 6.30pm for the launch of the Poppy Project
WW1 Armistice Day 100th anniversary
11 Nov 2018
All Saints Pavement launched a year long project which will end in November 2018. The beautiful lantern had images of poppies in it for Remembrance Day 2017
We asked individuals and groups to make poppies and have been overwhelmed by the responses - thank you to everyone who is contributing to the project. So far, we have over 30,000 poppies. They have been knitted, crocheted or made from felt.
We are now ready to attach poppies to netting.. Please contact Rev'd Jane Nattrass if you are part of a group who would like to attach popplies to the netting. 07568530503 or firstname.lastname@example.org