It was a year ago that the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red marked the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War at the Tower of London. What a spectacular site it was. The Tower was awash with the ceramic poppy installation of artist Paul Cummins; 886,246 poppies were planted in total to honour each British military fatality.
None of us have forgotten this spectacular display – the scale of which made us reflect on the significance of this date in history.
Here is a photo from our visit last year. We are so proud to have raised funding for this commemorative display which raised £millions for numerous service charities including the Royal British Legion, Help For Heroes and Combat Stress.