The Wreath of Respect is a project where England, Wales, Scotland and Isle of Man can show respect to all those who have given so much in the past 100 years and continue to do so today, our boys and girls are on the front line risking the ultimate, their lives for us.
The wreath will travel the United Kingdom over 8 days and will be laid to rest for the 7 nights while travelling with its start and final resting place at the National Memorial Arboretum.
I was delighted and honoured to be asked to make the wreath of respect. It is thanks to those who have given their lives over so many conflicts that we enjoy the life we do today. This it is not only a lovely project to be involved in from a creative point of view, but also because of the cause for which it is being made.