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PLANT YOUR POPPY THIS NOVEMBER

7 November 2017

We already have over 23,500 poppies on the map.

But we would love to find even more! If you haven’t already, please join us this November to plant your poppy and share your story.

We’ve updated our digital map so you can see where the poppies are around the world. So far they have been planted in over 30 countries, as far afield as Peru, Uganda, Thailand and Australia, with the furthest poppy residing in Dunedin, New Zealand.

Already planted your poppy? Why not share your story, simply log in, click ‘see my poppy’ and use the share buttons.

You can also read other people’s stories from across the world via our digital map.

Plant your poppy and share your story #WhereAreThePoppiesNow




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