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Collateral Damage exhibition - London

Visit Friends House in London to view a work of art based around remembrance and peace. This takes the form of a large installation of handmade white poppies to commemorate victims of wars since World War One.

"Collateral Damage" is a project to honour the victims of wars during and since World War I through making unique textile white poppies, each honouring a particular victim or victims.

This is an independent project (not run by the Peace Pledge Union) but it is supported by several organisations, including the Peace Pledge Union. 

A large installation of white poppies to commemorate victims of wars in the century since World War One will be on display in the downstairs corridors of Friends House (the headquarters of British Quakers, opposite Euston station in London). A beautiful and poignant exhibition which should help inspire us further in our work to build a more peaceful world. 

Come and reflect, look, and find the poppies you and others made. You may want to combine this with a visit to other parts of Friends House, including the Café, Bookshop and/or the Library.

November 1st, 2018 9:00 AM   through   December 21st, 2018 12:00 PM
Friends House
173 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BJ
United Kingdom
Phone: 020 7663 1000
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