The poppy is an instantly recognisable symbol of respect for those who've made the ultimate sacrifice in conflicts past and present. As the nation's custodian of Remembrance, the Legion is committed to helping everyone understand the importance of Remembrance, so those sacrifices are never forgotten.
The poppy is the symbol of Remembrance and of the Poppy Appeal. Poppy Collectors appear in late October so everyone can make a donation and wear their poppy for Remembrance.
The UK's year round Centre of Remembrance. Located in Staffordshire and home to the Armed Forces Memorial, it's open every day (except Christmas Day) with FREE entry.
Our Armed Forces experience casualties almost every week. This site helps to maintain the memory of those who have given their lives in the Service of their country.
Use our online service to make contact with old Service friends and colleagues or search for news of former comrades and their families.
Basic advice about medals, badges, commemorative awards and
memorials is available with links to where to find more
Remembrance Travel, in conjunction with Leger Holidays, offers a comprehensive range of Remembrance and Battlefield Tours to all corners of the globe.
A wide variety of wreaths, crosses, chaplets and posies can be ordered from the Poppy Appeal. They are all made at the Poppy Factory.