There is a wonderful display in Inverclyde Heritage Hub
at the moment.
It is in memory of those from Greenock, Gourock and Port Glasgow who gave their lives in the first World War.
The poppies were all crafted by local community groups and individuals and put on display by Hub staff. The display also commemorates the 100 year anniversary of the RAF and the local men who were killed either in combat or training in those early years.
There were a couple of interesting talks given on Saturday morning at the Hub in connection with this memorial.
Hub staff also provided refreshments which were an added bonus.
If you think one of your ancestors lived locally and may have died during World War I then check out this fabulous website - Inverclyde's Great War
- a searchable database of the names of those who died. It also contains information and photographs where available.