THE STUNNING poppy installation at the Tower of London continues to draw huge crowds as it approaches its final weekend.
"Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" has caught the public imagination since work started on planting the ceramic poppies during the summer.
Each poppy represents the life of a British military fatality and the last of the 888,246 poppies will be planted next week for Armistice Day.
The poppies will then be removed and posted to people who have bought them, with proceeds going to charity, although there are continued calls including from all the main party political leaders for the installation to be extended to allow more people to see it.
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