7,680 Atlas UWF Tumbled pavers created a curved feature pathway, with a paved circular area at the centre that will host community events.
The project was supported by Fields in Trust, the British Legion, Surrey County Playing Fields Association and the Cranleigh Parish Council. This area originally served as a convalescent centre for those wounded in the war as it was located adjacent to Oaklands Military Hospital. After its transformation, this outdoor space opened in November 2018, in time for the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice in 1918.
The garden also features poppy decorated oak benches, a steel poppy sculpture designed by Gwyn Bullen, a steel dedication screen to 415 fallen soldiers from the local area and especially for Remembrance Sunday, 415 paper-plate poppies from local primary school pupils.