Quickline Honors Remembrance Day with Poppy-Adorned Broadband Cabinet in North Yorkshire

Quickline, the rural broadband provider, commemorates Remembrance Day this year with a poignant display on one of its broadband street cabinets in Carlton, near Selby in North Yorkshire. The once green cabinet has been transformed into a moving artistic representation of a poppy field set against a serene blue sky, bearing the solemn words “Lest We Forget” and “We Will Remember Them.”

Unveiled this week in anticipation of Remembrance Sunday, the decorated Quickline cabinet serves as the inaugural installation in a series planned across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, reflecting the communities served by Quickline. The initiative aims to pay tribute to the significance of Remembrance Day and evoke a sense of unity and remembrance.

As part of this initiative, Quickline plans to involve local community groups in the process. Quickline will invite these groups to nominate causes or events relevant to their area, contributing to the customization of additional cabinets in the region.

This heartfelt tribute by Quickline not only underscores the company’s commitment to the communities it serves but also emphasizes the importance of acknowledging and honoring historical events that hold deep meaning for residents. The poppy-adorned cabinet stands as a symbol of respect and remembrance, representing the beginning of a series of installations that will further commemorate significant occasions across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

Jonny Rae

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