A century after the end of the conflict, Port Isaac is preparing to celebrate the armistice which concluded the First World War.
According to the Cornish Guardian, a poppy trail has been created around the village by local groups, marking key locations relevant to the time and honouring those who died.
An exhibition at St Peter’s Church will also form part of the commemoration.
Half an hour down the road, a poppy display at Bodmin Keep will mark the lives of the 9,687 Cornish soldiers, sailors and airmen who died during the 1914-1918 conflict. The exhibition will be open from November 7th until the end of December.
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