Poppy Day


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the Sunday nearest to November 11 when those who died in World War I and World War II are commemorated

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The total is four times as much as was raised on 2016's Poppy Day.
Transport for London (TfL) has teamed up with the TV stars for its annual support of London Poppy Day to help raise funds the Royal British Legion's vital work of providing lifelong support for the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force, Reservists, veterans, and their families.
It took off following the Poppy Day in London which raised over PS1m - we then started doing them in all the cities.
Speaking as part of the Royal British Legion's Birmingham Poppy Day, Davis backed FA chairman's Greg Clarke's belief England should wear the emblem regardless.
Second World War veterans Jack Chapman, left, and Joe Ferry at the Poppy Day launch |at the Royal British Legion in Thornaby CHRIS ROUT
MILITARY personnel from the Coventry and Warwickshire area who are attending London's Poppy Day Parade will be entitled to free rail travel, it has been announced.
Herbert vowed he will wear his "new" medals with pride at his local Poppy Day service next year.
THE British Humanist Association talks poppycock about Poppy Day.
She said: "I had it done because it's important people should remember soldiers' sacrifices not just on Poppy Day but throughout the year.
28 -- The first poppy flower was pinned on President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Tuesday 27 September, at Temple Trees, in view of World Poppy Day or Remembrance Day, which falls on November 14.
APPALLED Shop owner Peter Clark described the Poppy Day raiders as "low"
West House School in Edgbaston, holds the Poppy Day service every year around the memorial which carries the names of 88 soldiers killed.
A Boots spokeswoman said Poppy boxes were allowed in the Llanrwst store - Poppy Day posters were not due to a company policy.
Also known as the golden poppy or the copa de oro, Spanish for cup of gold, the flower was designated the state flower in 1903 and April 6 is California Poppy Day.