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Annual Poppy Tribute

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Thanks to the amazing community response last autumn for poppies and doves for Remembrance Day, we have stored a large number of poppies that were knitted, crocheted or crafted from felt. It would be wonderful to re-use them on an annual basis.

One suggestion is that we create a 'pop-up' display, which can be used each November.

If you would like to be involved or if you have any ideas, please come along to an initial meeting in St Mary's Centre on Tuesday 26th March at 11.00am.

If you are not able to make the meeting, but would like to be involved in some way, please contact Loraine:

Email: milmer@hotmail.co.uk

Tel: 290244

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