Poppy Fields – St Albans – 26th – 27th October 2018
A stunning projection of poppies filled the Nave of St Albans Cathedral for two nights only, as part of a unique light and sound installation to commemorate the World War One Centenary.
The Cathedral opened after dark to anyone who wished to contemplate and reflect on the history of World War One. It provided people with an opportunity to remember those who have served, both in the First World War and any other conflict.
The installation featured projections specially tailored to St Albans Cathedral, including names of local soldiers who served in the armed forces, and falling rose petals which will be projected over the Shrine of Alban, Britain’s First Saint.
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Poppy fields at St Albans Cathedral –