During November 2018, to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1, exhibitions were on display in Beverley Minster.
1. A display of poppies made by children from a number of East Riding schools, the congregations of the Pocklington and Beverley Minster groups of churches and from the Royal British Legion is in the south transept.
2. In the north transept exhibition space Martin Waters, who has exhibited poppy installations for several years during November, created ‘Lost – an installation for remembrance with hope for the future’. There are 20,000 poppies.
3. A sand sculpture by Paul Hoggard and Remy Geerts is being created in a matter of days early in November to complement the other displays. It portrays a group of soldiers.
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