Poppies: Women, War, Peace

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04 November 2017

2:30 pm

£3.00 Adults (talk only), or free with museum admission

The project remembers women whose lives have been affected by war, from WW1 to conflicts of today, alongside a botanical series of the poppy wildflower in all its colours. Her work is inspired by Moïna Bell Michael and Madame Anna E Guérin who immortalised the Flanders Fields poppy as a symbol of remembrance a century ago. Booking required online or by calling 01833 690606. Cost includes refreshments.


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