Poppy seeds sown to commemorate Bushey soldiers

Poppy seeds sown to commemorate Bushey soldiers

Poppy seeds sown to commemorate Bushey soldiers

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Flanders poppy seeds have been sown in Bushey to commemorate  two First World War servicemen who lived on the Reveley Estate.

Edmund Johnson was killed in action on April 12, 1918, aged 31 and Charlie Payne was killed in action on January 7, 1916, aged 20.

Their stories can be found on the Bushey First World War Commemoration website at: www.busheyworldwarone.org.uk.

The garden is open most weekdays and some Sundays for viewing.

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