Little Remembrance Cross

Our Little Remembrance Cross campaign is now in its seventh year and continues to be one of our most popular campaigns.

Each year we build a Field of Remembrance in Edinburgh and Inverness to pay tribute to all those who have bravely Served or continue to Serve in our Armed Forces. Through the Little Remembrance Cross campaign we are able to display thousands of messages of Remembrance and support from members of the public who have chosen to personalise a Remembrance cross or other symbol. The Fields open to the public in the run up to Remembrance Day on 11th November.

Packs are sent to our supporters and members of the public containing a wooden cross with further details on how to take part.  If you have not received a pack previously and would like to take part in this collective act of Remembrance please contact us as soon as possible by completing the form below and we will send you a Little Remembrance Cross pack.  Due to constraints on time and resources we are unfortunately not able to fulfil your request after the 20th October 2017 and we are unable to take dedications over the phone.

Remembrance crosses and other symbols ( Stars, Khandas, Crescents, Aums and Humanist) will be available at the Field of Remembrance in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens or from our Welfare Centre on Strothers Lane, Inverness between Monday 30th October and Friday 10th November 2017.

Please complete the form below if you would like a cross to be posted out to you next year. If you have any difficulties please contact us on 0131 550 1567.

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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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