Pupils from Spilsby fill hall with poppies to mark Remembrance Day

Pupils at Spilsby Primary School have been busy making Remembrance Day poppy displays to share in the community. ANL-180911-135325001
Pupils at Spilsby Primary School have been busy making Remembrance Day poppy displays to share in the community. ANL-180911-135325001

Poppy displays have been distributed in Spilsby to prepare for Remembrance Day.

Spilsby Primary School took part in a project led by the Mayor Coun Mark Gale by contributing to an exhibition in the Franklin Hall.

Pupils at Spilsby Primary School have been busy making Remembrance Day poppy displays to share in the community. ANL-180911-135325001

Pupils at Spilsby Primary School have been busy making Remembrance Day poppy displays to share in the community. ANL-180911-135325001

Mel Standbrook, Local Advisory Board chairman at the school, said: “We were asked by the Mayor at Spilsby if the pupils would make an exhibit for commemorations to celebrate 100 years since the end of World War One.

“We have completed a whole school art project for display in the Franklin hall.

“Our poppies at lunchtime today have been delivered into our local community for everyone to see and enjoy over the weekend.

“We love being involved with community projects and the children are very proud of their creations to support a very important weekend.”

Pupils at Spilsby Primary School have been busy making Remembrance Day poppy displays to share in the community. ANL-180911-135325001

Pupils at Spilsby Primary School have been busy making Remembrance Day poppy displays to share in the community. ANL-180911-135325001