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      REMEMBRANCE OF WORLD WAR 1
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Below: Armistice Day, London. 11.00 a.m. 11th November 2013 


Below: The War Horse Memorial, Ascot, Berkshire - (8 June 2018)
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Below: Tower of London "Weeping Window" of poppies (2014)



Below: Yorkshire Sculpture Park, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2015)


Below: Woodhorn Museum, with the iconic poppy sculptures ( 2015)



Below: Liverpool's St. Georges Hall, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2015)


Below: St Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands (2016)


Below: Lincoln Castle, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2016)



Below: Black Watch Castle, Perth, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2016)


Below: Caernarfon Castle, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2016)


Below: Barge Pier, Shoeburyness, Southend-on-Sea, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2017)



Below: Hull Maritime Museum, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2017)


Below: Derby Silk Mill, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2017)


Below: Y Senned, Cardiff Bay with the iconic poppy sculptures (2017)


Below: Plymouth CWGC Naval Memorial with the iconic poppy sculptures (2017)


Below: Ulster Museum, Belfast, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2017)


Below: Hereford Cathedral, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2018)
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Below: Royal Armouries, Fort Nelson, Portsmouth. with the poppies (2018)
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Below: Carlisle Castle, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2018)
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Below: Middleport Pottery, Stoke, with the iconic poppy sculptures (2018) 
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Below: Imperial War Museum, Manchester with the iconic poppy sculptures (2018) 
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(above) Tower of London with Remembrance - "Beyond The Deepening Shadow"  
10,000 flames lit in November 2018 to mark the Centenary of the end of the Great War, with choral music and words from the poem "Sonnets to a Soldier" (Mary Borden)

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