In remembrance of those who lost their lives in World War I

Posted by Gaynor Wood on

Today marks 100 years since the end of the First World War, also known as the Great War. It is also Remembrance Sunday, a day that has come to be reserved for marking respect for those who lost their lives in that war and other wars since. In the UK particularly and across other countries with whom we share a common heritage, we mark this time of year by wearing the poppy, a symbol of remembrance, stemming from the images of wild poppies growing on the graves of soldiers who died in Northern France, and called upon in that famous war poem 'In Flanders Fields'.

Finding Fairies and Sugar and Spice would like to share our tribute to mark this historic day and commemorate the end of World War I

Poppy crate commemorating world war i

Remembrance sunday tribute   Remembrance fairy tribute

Fairy crying in a poppy


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