Giant Poppy carved into hillside
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Wiltshire hillside unveiling for giant carved Flanders Poppy

A giant Flanders Poppy carved into a hillside in Wiltshire has been officially unveiled.

The 25m (82ft) diameter emblem joins other military regimental badges carved into the hill at Fovant.

The earliest carving at the site dates to 1916 and was created by World War One soldiers.

Eight of the original 20 badges, now classed as war memorials, remain at the site.

  • 28 Oct 2016
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