In special commemoration of Remembrance Day 2018, the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War, Truro Cathedral will once again drop thousands of paper poppies from the central tower of the cathedral during the
You can be part of this special remembrance act…
We need to make the thousands of paper poppies required for the poppy
Once the poppy drop is complete, a selection of the poppies will be put on display in the cathedral and, being paper, all will be later be recycled.
Thank you in advance for your help and for being part of this unique and special memorial act to give thanks and remember all those fallen.
How to take part:
- Download and print the poppy template by clicking the link below or pick up a copy of the template in the cathedral. Trace around the poppy and cut out the shape on paper (80-120gsm).
2. Make it ‘poppy’ red, white, purple or black on both sides. You could use coloured paper or colour it in yourself with
3. Personalise your poppy with a message or drawing that represents your hopes for peace in the world.
4. Once you’ve made your poppies, please drop them off or send them to the address below, to arrive no later than 2nd November 2018:
A Message for Peace
Truro Cathedral Office
Old Cathedral School
Truro TR1 2FQ