New Zealand Poppy Places Trust

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Throughout New Zealand there are numerous places named after ordinary New Zealanders who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country.

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If left to history, the significance behind these place names may disappear from our collective consciousness.

Our aim is to provide a "place" where these stories can be captured and forever stored.

We encourage local communities to:

- Identify places which have a link to our military involvement in a conflict or operational service overseas.

- Place a permanent poppy on street names, buildings and memorials, marking them as a place of remembrance.

- Research and record the significance behind these places on the www.poppyplaces.nz website

Visit our website to learn more about how you can participate.

More about us

The purpose of the Trust is to reconnect New Zealanders with the significance behind places of remembrance.


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Launch  16 December 2014

Posted by: New Zealand Poppy Places Trust

Poppy Places Trust was launched at Upper Hutt on Remembrance Day, 11 November 2014.

Signs for Gallipoli Rd, Messines Ave and a "much less understood" Oxford Crescent were unveiled by RSA vice-president Bob 'Bukit' Hill. Oxford Crescent was named after a type of military aircraft used in the training of NZ aircrews in WW2.

"I am especially pleased there are (Oxford Crescent) school children here today because everything we are doing is about children and their future lives" said Trust chariman Terry McBeth.

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Judith Gardiner
Judith Gardiner on 31 Aug 2020
Judith Gardiner - Joseph Bolton's funeral
$50
Terry
Terry on 24 Jul 2020
For Joe, few know how you served New Zealand in so many ways. Remembered by the McBeth Family
$100
Stuart and Sharon Jeffrey
Stuart and Sharon Jeffrey on 28 Jun 2020
In memory of our dear friend Major (ret'd) Joseph Bolton, RNZAOC. We will think of him often and say his name.
$100
Blundell family
Blundell family on 17 Jun 2020
RIP Joe here is to Poppy Places. Blundell Family
$100
Mary Seaton
Mary Seaton on 25 Apr 2020
Remembering Anzac Day today
$100

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