Clerk: Mrs Caroline Holgate
Hunsbury Library
Overslade Close
East Hunsbury
Northamptonshire
NN4 0RZ

East Hunsbury Remembers
Annual community project and public installations

Outdoor Display 2020 with volunteers. This year, we expanded our community project, to create an outdoor installation at Hunsbury Library. Hundreds of poppies were created by crafters, local schools and community groups - knitted, felted, recycled poppies. Patterns were created by East Hunsbury WI members, Ollie Lyons and Pauline Boler. This photos shows our Seniors Reps and our volunteer Photographer, who all worked to help to install the community display.

Feedback from the community was hugely positive. We thank all of the volunteers who gave their time to the project EAST HUNSBURY REMEMBERS.

Our huge community wreath, made with poppies, created by our wonderful community members

The field of poppies - created by our local schools - Wootton Park, Simon de Senlis, East Hunsbury Primary - from recycled plastic bottles. Our Seniors volutneers, attached the stems and helped to install.

Remembrance Wreaths at Grange Wood Park Memorial Benches - laid by Cllr Douglas (Chair EHOPC), Cllr Allen (Chair Community Engagement), Ollie Lyons (Community link East Hunsbury WI)

Cllr Brandon Eldred NBC - helped to fund our new memorial seating area in Grangewood Park, with installation and memorial tree planting by EHPC. Pictured here with Chairman EPHC Cllr Claire Douglas.

Our commemoration to specifically remember VE and VJ day - Cllr Claire Douglas planted an English Walnut tree, which will grow to give shelter at the memorial seating area in Grange Wood Park.

Our indoor wreath, created with poppies, made by local crafters - our centre piece for the Hunsbury Library indoor display

Each year, East Hunsbury Rocks group, create remembrance stones for our community display. For 2020, this included a special commemorative stone, which we will display each year, alongside their named rocks. The named rocks are inscribed with the names of family members, who gave their lives in conflict. These are hidden in our parks, for people to find and rehide.