Tuesday November 17th 2020 – One of the nice things about lockdown Remembrance has been the impromptu and additional devotional displays in towns and villages throughout the country. Decorating of railings, parks and war memorials have been undertaken lovingly and in line with guidelines, creating a sense of community endeavour that has sustained even in lockdown.
One beautiful example are the tributes at Darlaston Town Hall I passed while nipping to the post office on my lunch hour.
I particularly liked the purple poppy dog, the purple poppy symbolising the the sacrifice of animals in war.
My compliments and thanks to the people who created this. It’s gorgeous.