At 11am on November 11, many people across the world stop to remember the end of World War 1 and the service of armed forces everywhere.
“The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month” is commemorated as the Anniversary of Armistice, and in 2018 it is especially significant as this year marks one hundred years since the end of that war.
The Flanders poppy has long been associated with Remembrance Day, as well as ANZAC Day, and we’re going to make a beautiful, colourful feature of it for the Armistice Centenary celebrations.
Join us in commemorating the Centenary of Armistice on 11 November 2018 by crafting poppies to fill the Poppy Wall to be temporarily installed in Palmerston’s Memorial Park.
The wall will be on display from mid-October.
To be involved
Crafters, artists and handy-men and women
Contact Tess Riches
p: (08) 8935 9929
This project is in partnership with the Northern Territory Government.