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Dan Smith challenged himself to paddle the length of Great Britain to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 and raise money for the Legion.
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An installation featuring 20,000 poppies, each with a hand-written message of remembrance, has landed in Arromanches, Normandy for D-Day 75.
The 2019 Challenge Cup at Chelsea's Stamford Bridge raised an incredible £100,000 for our Battle Back centre.
Army veteran Dan Darkes will take on the grueling 156 mile Marathon des Sables in the Sahara desert in April 2020 to raise money for the Legion.
A team of veterans are walking from Windsor castle to Edinburgh castle in just 10 days to raise money for the Armed Forces community.
Tariq is part of Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association UK and has been a dedicated Poppy Collector for many years.
Army veteran Mark volunteered for the Poppy Appeal after a 35-year career in the military.
Four friend took on the epic 3,000-mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge to raise money for the Legion.
Armed Forces Day is a chance for us all to thank our serving troops, veterans, reservists, cadets, and their families for all they do to keep us safe.
A disabled youngster in Wirral has a new lease of life after we teamed up with other Armed Forces charities to provide him with a purpose-built trike.
Every year our supporters create a range of wonderful knitted and crocheted poppies to help raise vital funds for the Poppy Appeal.
Adham Khalek joined the Navy as a reserve medical officer in 2001. In civilian life, he’s a Consultant in Emergency Medicine in Oxfordshire.
With Covid-19 meaning Barry and Tricia couldn’t collect for the Poppy Appeal as normal this year, they rallied their local community to help them.
Having been forced to shield at home with his daughter during the Covid-19 pandemic, former Able seaman Seymour ‘Bill’ Taylor, 95, will be remembering his comrades on his doorstep this year.