Little Remembrance Cross


Poppyscotland will once again use the Little Remembrance Cross mailing to create Fields of Remembrance to pay tribute to all those who have bravely served in our Armed Forces and those who are sadly no longer with us.

86,000 Poppyscotland supporters and members of the Scottish public will be sent a small wooden cross in the post. The personalised crosses which are returned to us will be used to create Fields of Remembrance in Edinburgh and Inverness.

If you inform us before 18 August 2015 we will be able to send out a Little Remembrance pack to you containing a Cross. 

We are very sorry, but due to constraints on time and resources we are not able to fulfil your request after this date nor are we able to take dedications over the phone.  Remembrance Crosses and other symbols (Stars, Khandhas, Crescents and Humanist) will be available at the Fields of Remembrance in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens or from the Poppyscotland Welfare Centre in Inverness between Monday 2nd and Tuesday 10th November.

Please complete the form below if you would like a cross to be posted out to you:

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    As a sector we are waiting on guidance for direct mail. Currently all Poppyscotland direct marketing campaigns via post carry an option to opt out which is in line with the Institute of Fundraising Guidelines.

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