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Cathedral ladies poppiesfor11Nov2016 webA busy group of women (pictured right) are attaching more than 7,000 stems to knitted poppies which will adorn Cathedral Square on Remembrance Day. The poppies will pay tribute to all who died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts and will particularly build on the Cathedral’s close connections with Australians who served and died during the past 100 years. A special Remembrance Day service will be held from 10.30am until 11.15am after which the Villers-Bretonneux Cross (pictured below), made by WA men of the 51st Battalion, will be carried out on to the Cathedral Square lawn by St George’s Anglican Grammar School students and placed on display.

As tradition dictates, Perth will halt at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month – 98 years since the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years’ continuous warfare. The First World War brought about the mobilisation of more than 70 million people and left between 9 and 13 million dead, perhaps as many as one-third of them with no known grave. The Allies chose this day and time for the commemoration of their war dead.

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Cathedral ladies poppiesfor11Nov2016 webA busy group of women (pictured right) are attaching more than 7,000 stems to knitted poppies which will adorn Cathedral Square on Remembrance Day. The poppies will pay tribute to all who died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts and will particularly build on the Cathedral’s close connections with Australians who served and died during the past 100 years. A special Remembrance Day service will be held from 10.30am until 11.15am after which the Villers-Bretonneux Cross (pictured below), made by WA men of the 51st Battalion, will be carried out on to the Cathedral Square lawn by St George’s Anglican Grammar School students and placed on display.

As tradition dictates, Perth will halt at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month – 98 years since the guns of the Western Front fell silent after more than four years’ continuous warfare. The First World War brought about the mobilisation of more than 70 million people and left between 9 and 13 million dead, perhaps as many as one-third of them with no known grave. The Allies chose this day and time for the commemoration of their war dead.

Villers-Bretonneux-Cross-Poppies-1-web