Plymouth Remembrance 2019Back
Published on November 8th, 2019 | by Pete Ogburn
Plymouth Remembrance 2019. Plymouth Hoe Remembrance service. Emily and Heather getting ready to lay our MKC wreath. Rebecca and Lewis with their standards. Decorating Plymouth council house with poppies. MKC Heroes were asked by councillor Pauline Murphy, Plymouth City Forces Champion, to decorate [&hellip0
Plymouth Remembrance 2019.
Plymouth Hoe Remembrance service.
Emily and Heather getting ready to lay our MKC wreath.
Rebecca and Lewis with their standards.
Decorating Plymouth council house with poppies.
MKC Heroes were asked by councillor Pauline Murphy, Plymouth City Forces Champion, to decorate the front of Plymouth council house so schools sent in hundred of home made poppies.
Heather, Jono and Pete spent hours attaching them to a net and then suspending them at the front of the building.
Collecting for the poppy appeal in Plymouth shopping mall.
Many Plymouth MKC Heroes spent the day collecting for the Poppy appeal in Plymouth shopping mall and £614.44 was raised, well done to all that helped.
Devon remembrance at Britannia Royal Naval college in Dartmouth.
Rebecca and Lewis represented MKC Heroes at the Devon Festival of Remembrance held at the Royal Naval college Britannia in Dartmouth.
Remembrance at the Plymouth Festival of Remembrance in Plymouth pavilions.
Harry, Lewis and Rebecca with their standards.
Our military kid’s choir ready to perform.
Standard bearer Rebecca and Nicoleta, caring our MKC wreath, parading down the high street with other standards and to the right the MKC Saltash standard next to the war memorial.
Nicoleta, an MKC member of our choir laying our wreath.
Plymouth Poppy Bake off 2019.
The Poppy Bake off is an annual MKC Heroes Competition where school children have the opportunity to design and bake a poppy themed cake that represents the sentiments of remembrance. This year, there were 48 entries from 19 different schools. The competition is not just a culinary event, it provides an opportunity for families to share an activity that focuses on remembrance and helps children to understand the significance of this time of year.
The cakes were judged by the Lord Mayor and representatives from: the Royal British Legion; the Royal Navy; 29 Commando Royal Artillery; 165 Port and Maritime Brigade; Veterans and the Salvation Army.
The winning cake was designed and baked by Rebecca from Plymstock school with runners up, Charlie and Phoebe from Oreston and Rocco and Lola from Mary Dean’s and Heles.
All the cakes were amazing and the Lord Mayor thanked everyone who had entered the competition and congratulated them on their work.
Following the competition, the children donated their cakes to the Salvation Army hostel for homeless people.