Wear a white poppy. There’s no glory in war (Or not?)


Anonymous said…

I refuse to wear a poppy of any kind, even a white one glorifies war.

This seems like a good idea.  What do you think?

Wear a white poppy – share with others – spread the word

Four ways to spread the white poppy for peace in remembrance of those who died in war

Each year more and more people choose to wear the white poppy – as a respectful way to put peace at the heart of remembering those who died in war. This year, 100 years on from 1914, is a fitting time to spread the white poppy as widely as possible. Here’s what you can do:

  • Wear a white poppy yourself. It will probably trigger conversations with colleagues and strangers – a powerful way to get the message out there. Some may choose to wear both red and white poppies.
  • Buy white poppies to share with others.
  • Spread the word. Tell others how to find out more and buy white poppies for themselves.
  • Send us a Selfie of yourself with your white poppy for a gallery on our website.


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