Somerset Poppy

//Somerset Poppy

Somerset Poppy

£5.00

2208 in stock

NOTE: Our poppies are now unavailable to purchase through this website.

COLLECTING YOUR POPPIES

If you were unable to collect your Somerset Poppies from The Bishop’s Palace during one of the allotted times, you can still collect them from Coxley School. 

Please come to Coxley School between 9am and 3pm on any weekday to collect your poppies. Please DO NOT telephone or email the school, just come to collect.

The last day of term at school is 21st December.

Please collect your poppies before this date.


  • The Somerset Poppy is available to buy for £5
  • Each poppy will have been made by a local school child
  • Each poppy represents a Somerset serviceman lost in World War I

2208 in stock

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Description

After being displayed at Bishop’s Palace in November 2018, in commemoration of the centenary of the end of World War I, each Somerset Poppy will be available for you to collect and keep forever.

Your poppy will have been part of a poignant, community remembrance project and all profits will go towards supporting our two chosen charities; Royal British Legion in Wells and SSAFA (Soldiers, Seamen, Airmen and Families Association).

  • Poppies will vary in length between 75cm and 100cm
  • The petals are made from a durable artificial silk
  • The stem is made from a 3mm steel wire
  • As all poppies will have been displayed for 2 weeks, they may show the signs of weathering (e.g. mud on the bottom of the stem)

NOTE: Our poppies are now unavailable to purchase through this website.

COLLECTING YOUR POPPIES

If you were unable to collect your Somerset Poppies from The Bishop’s Palace during one of the allotted times, you can still collect them from Coxley School. 

Please come to Coxley School between 9am and 3pm on any weekday to collect your poppies. Please DO NOT telephone or email the school, just come to collect.

The last day of term at school is 21st December.

Please collect your poppies before this date.