Service leaver scheme
If you are leaving the UK Armed Forces, regular or reserve, you're entitled to join the Legion's Service Leaver Scheme.
Your membership in this scheme is for 12 months only and commences the day after your run out date. We'd love to be able to keep you informed of the many ways that the Legion participates with and assists you and your comrades.
Just use the form below to register as a member of the Legion's Service Leaver Scheme. It's FREE and you'll receive regular emails with great news stories, offers and information. If you have any questions, please contact us by email - firstname.lastname@example.org.
This scheme is separate from full Legion Membership. You will not receive governance rights, access to Legion Clubs or a membership card. Click here for further details on how to become a full Legion member.
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MOD Defence Discount Scheme
Serving and reserve personnel (including spouses/partners), veterans and cadets are entitled to thousands of special discounts and offers via the Defence Discount Service, the only official Ministry of Defence (MOD) discount service and also home of the Defence Privilege Card.
Discounts include big savings on family holidays, short breaks, days out, sporting activities, health and fitness and much, much more.
For more information and to access the site visit Defence Discount Service.
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