Remembrance Day

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To honor the end of the First World War and the lives lost in the line of duty we observe a two-minute silence on the 11th of November at 11am.

The British Legion website states that ‘The poppy is a symbol of Remembrance and hope.’ The symbol originated as a result of red poppies growing in the western front battlefields, which is reflected in the iconic imagery in John McCrae’s poem ‘In Flanders Fields.’

The black poppy was launched in 2010 by Selena Carty. It is in remembrance of black, African, Caribbean and Pacific Islanders who lost their lives at war.

The Black Poppy Rose organisation, that sells the poppies, says it was “created to be a symbol that represents the contributions made by the African/black/Caribbean/Pacific Islands communities to various wars since the 16th century.

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11th of November. Lest we forget.


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