I bought the Poppy and was a volunteer to remove poppies on first day. It is in a special box and I made a ceramic base for the Poppy together with the volunteer badge , commemorative mug a shard of a broken poppy. It is in memory of many of my family who died and had no known grave and also to family who survived the war. I have also been on journey to find military records. One family member died of his wounds just after finish of the WW1. Plus a great uncle in the Royal Garrison Artillery who fought from 1915 to the armistice and he was one of the last to be lashed at the wheel for having a dirty battery after standing down at 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of WW1

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