Remembrance 2018: Royston pupils make poppies for armistice centenary
PUBLISHED: 09:16 13 November 2018
Pupils in Royston commemorated the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War by holding a special poppy-making event.
Parents were invited into Roman Way First School to help make a poppy with their children last week.
Each child, from nursery through to Year 4, made their own poppy using a variety of different materials.
The poppies were then planted into the school grounds to make a temporary poppy field.
And then on Friday, after a special remembrance assembly, the children formed a procession through the poppy field to mark the occasion.
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