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After 100 years in circulation as a worldwide symbol symbol of Remembrance, the meaning behind the poppy can get a little lost in translation.
There is no right or wrong way to wear a poppy. Wearing one is a matter of personal choice, as is, how to wear it.
Support RBL as we mark 100 years of the Poppy Appeal, by distributing poppies to your friends and family to ensure we can continue to support our Armed Forces community.
RBL would like to thank our friends from the world of the arts and entertainment who have recently given up their time to help us support the Armed Forces community.
Harris Tatakis was seriously injured in 2007 when his Land Rover drove over an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) while serving in Afghanistan.
Jodie Older is a Healthcare Assistant currently serving in the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Nursing Corps.
Donna Stonelake is a former Royal Navy Able Rating and mother of three whose husband, Mark, was injured whilst serving in Afghanistan.
We're delighted to partner with leading online knitting and crochet retailer, Deramores, to get the nation involved with this year’s Poppy Appeal in a very crafty way.
Every year amazing people from across the UK volunteer to collect for the Poppy Appeal. We couldn't do it without them.
We are thrilled to announce that if you are a Revolut customer you can now donate directly to the Poppy Appeal through Revolut Donations.
We support veterans, those in active service and their families with rehabilitation, finances, employment, housing and other vital services.
103-year-old World War Two veteran, Walter Randall, has been hailed as the country's oldest fundraiser for the Royal British Legion.
Margaret Wadsworth has been named ITV Fundraiser of the Year after raising almost £1 million for the Legion.
Take on the 11/11 challenge to support the Poppy Appeal. Inspired by the 11th day of the 11th month, we’re asking you to raise funds to help our Armed Forces.
Maisie is selling cakes and poppies outside her school to raise money after we helped support her dad Duane, who left the Army earlier this year.
Tariq is part of Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association UK and has been a dedicated Poppy Collector for many years.