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Gosberton's half-mile of giant poppies create a 'road of remembrance'




Gosberton has a road of remembrance with giant poppies adorning lampposts along a half-mile stretch of High Street.

The two-dozen poppies are there for the 100th anniversary of the end of WWI and to raise the profile of Gosberton branch of The Royal British Legion (RBL).

The Vicar of Gosberton, the Rev Ian Walters, is the current chairman of the RBL branch and his church, St Peter and St Paul’s, has a banner to mark the 100th anniversary.


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