Done and (almost) Dusted

What an enormous few weeks we have had at 5000 Poppies.

I am in serious awe of what we have achieved and even bigger and more serious awe of the amazing team we have had behind us all the way.

It is incredible to me that we take four days to create an tribute so powerful that it literally takes your breath away and then in one day … with around 60 volunteers … it’s gone and all that is left are the kangaroos reclaiming the ground they reluctantly relinquished just over a month ago.

There have been tears aplenty in the last couple of days … but the overwhelming emotion for me is pride.  We set out to remind our servicemen and women, their families and their communities that we value there service and their sacrifice and I think we have done it beautifully …  We have galvanised an army of crafters to create the most beautiful tributes the country has ever seen.  I has been an extraordinary labour of love and again I am in awe!

Thank you and congratulations to the whole team … every single one of you went above and beyond and I love you for your commitment and perseverance and willingness to get the job done … whatever was required.

Lest We Forget!

This is a reminder of what you have achieved in the last few weeks … not that you could forget … but worth reviewing …

 

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1 Response to Done and (almost) Dusted

  1. OLIVIA PASCOE says:

    A great display in Canberra. We also had one in Perth, at the Kings Park memorial which I was part of.

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