Welsh Field Of Remembrance Opens

Posted on November 6, 2019

It is one of six sites created by the Royal British Legion every November as a tribute to those who have died serving in the UK’s armed forces. More than 120,000 tributes with poppies have been planted across the sites with about 5,000 in Cardiff. That number is expected to grow with the field open to the public until 25 November.

A service will be held at the castle on Wednesday involving dignitaries. Each tribute is in the form of a religious or secular symbol carrying a poppy and a personal message to someone who has lost their life in the forces.
The other fields are at the National Memorial Arboretum, Westminster Abbey, Gateshead, Lydiard Park, near Swindon, and Belfast.

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