White poppies to be laid in Bromley for Remembrance Sunday

PUBLISHED: 15:10 27 October 2014 | UPDATED: 15:10 27 October 2014

White poppies

White poppies


Peace campaigners will take to the streets to remember those who gave their lives

Bromley peace campaigners will be marking Remembrance Sunday with a wreath of white poppies.

The campaigners, which number former servicemen among them, will keep up their tradition of laying a wreath of white poppies at the Cenotaph. The white poppies symbolise the campaign for peace.

This year, the campaigners say that the sense of human loss is greater due to the centenary commemoration of World War One.

The campaigners will meet in Bromley High Street by Primark at 10.30am on November 9 before setting off in silence to Bromley War Memorial.

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