Commemorate Poppy Day with Old Low Light’s First art remembrance installation.
Old Low Light volunteers from North and South Tyneside as well as visitors who were looking to pay tribute to those who have lost their lives in WWI and subsequent conflicts have come together with wool, needles and crochet hooks to create over 1000 hand-made poppies.
We have collaborated with local fishermen to create two trailing fishing nets with 1000 poppies for our viewing platform as a visual reminder of the sacrifices made by the men from the Tyne.
The trailing nets include knitted, crocheted and material poppies each installed by volunteers and members of the public. The net can be visited from Friday 11 November when we will also be hosting a talk by Alan Fidler from Northumbrian WWI Project entitled ‘The Army Council Expresses Sympathy’ at 2:00pm (normal admission charges apply)
If you would like to purchase one of our poppies to either wear, or to donate to our installation in memory of a loved one, then please come along to the Old Low Light before Friday. All proceeds will be donated to Royal British Legion.
Please contact Old Low Light 0191 257 4506 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.