to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War silent walks will be held through twenty-four landscapes in the care of the National Trust across England & Wales, in remembrance of those affected by conflict.
guided by Hamish Henderson’s poem ‘End of a Campaign’, which bears witness to ‘our own’ and ‘the others’, a pair of representative poems will be read, and some poppy seeds scattered, at each walk.
in collaboration with
Ken Cockburn, Heather H. Yeung, and Luke Allan
Commissioned by National Trust
Supported by Arts Council England