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Bleuets de France - 80 years on


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This news piece reports that the Bleuets de France, the French equivalent of the British poppy, are being made again in France by people with disabilities instead of in China. This marks 80 ans de solidarité.

Le Bleuet de France fits son retour dans l'hexagone More details here.

There is more about the story of the Bleuet [cornflower] and the work done with the funds in this film.

Le film du Bleuet de France.

It's worth looking at the film even if your French isn't very strong. It's clear and straightforward.

Gwyn

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