Collateral Damage poppies at Peace Museum

Some of the 5,000 white poppies made as part of the Collateral Damage will go on display at The Peace Museum

Part of the Collateral Damage display in Friends House, London. | Photo: Elinor Smallman.

Two panels of the thousands of handmade poppies that made up the Collateral Damage project have been donated to The Peace Museum. Linda Murgatroyd, from the Quaker Arts Network, told the Friend: ‘The remainder have been distributed for use at protests against the arms trade or war, and in a variety of commemorations around the country.’

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