Poppy Wreath at Lydiard Park Fields of Remembrance

Will you remember them?

Why do we remember? Because real people made real sacrifices for us. This Remembrance, will you share your message in Tribute to our Armed Forces?

Every year, thousands of people show their support with a personal Tribute. Share your message, short or long, and it will be displayed in the Fields of Remembrance. Whether you’re remembering a family member, friend or want to share your respect, please consider donating to support the Armed Forces community. Today, you could make a real difference by remembering those who fell in Service to our country.


Visiting the Fields of Remembrance?

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NMA Field of Remembrance 2022

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The closing date for our Fields of Remembrance has now passed, but you can still plant a Tribute in our Virtual Field.
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Visiting the Fields of Remembrance  

Each November, members of the public come from across the UK, to join together and honour the memory of loved ones who we were sadly lost serving in our Armed Forces. 

The Fields of Remembrance are officially opened with a special Remembrance service where we honour The Two Minute Silence at 11am. A bugler plays the Last Post and the Exhortation is read. 

You can find information about the six national Fields of Remembrance below, including how to find details of opening services and how to find them. 

Please watch our thank you video from the Fields of Remembrance 2022

Fields of Remembrance

The first Field of Remembrance

In November 1928, The Poppy Factory took a group of disabled veterans, a tray of poppies and a collecting tin to the grounds of St Margaret's Church at Westminster Abbey. It was not a large display, only a handful of poppies were planted around a single cross, but it caught the public attention and began a tradition that has grown over the decades.

Over 90 years later, the Poppy Factory still organises the Field of Remembrance at Westminster, with RBL organising Fields of Remembrance in other five locations. Altogether, volunteers plant more than 120,000 Tributes across the UK.

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