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19 hours ago, Canny lass said:

Lovely! If this is going to be a regular display i wouldn't mind knitting/crocheting/sewing a few poppies.

I could be wrong CL but I think this is second year - inspired initially by the 2014 centenary poppy display at the Tower of London. This is a link to the community centre artcile on Bedlington's own Weeping Window  - http://www.bedlingtoncommunitycentre.co.uk/poppy-display.html

 

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2 hours ago, Canny lass said:

Thanks Eggy. Nice article. See if you can get your hands on the poppy knitting pattern for me.

Can't see anything on their web site CL - Malcolm must be able to get a hold of the knitting pattern!

Their email address that they ask people to contact them on is :- bedlingtoncommunitycentre@hotmail.co.uk

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