Missing poppies may have been stolen

Organiser of The Poppy Scatter Campaign, Steve Trainor, is angry after thieves stole poppy flowers, planted by members of the public - pictured next to the flower bed where poppy seeds were scattered in remembrance of those who died in WW1, at Happy Mount Park, Morecambe.

Organiser of The Poppy Scatter Campaign, Steve Trainor, is angry after thieves stole poppy flowers, planted by members of the public - pictured next to the flower bed where poppy seeds were scattered in remembrance of those who died in WW1, at Happy Mount Park, Morecambe.

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Poppies planted as part of a campaign to remember fallen World War One soldiers have disappeared from their beds.

The organiser of the town’s Poppy Scatter campaign aiming to turn the town red in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the Great War says he is disgusted after every single poppy shoot planted vanished.

Steve Trainor said: “ I am absolutely livid, in fact you couldn’t print how I am feeling.

 

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