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We're here to help our Armed Forces community. Our support starts after one day of service and continues through life, long after service is over.
The Royal British Legion's Manifesto 2017 highlights five key priorities that we believe the government should be focusing on to help support the Armed Forces community.
Following the election of Manchester’s first mayor we outlined key policy changes that would help support the Armed Forces community.
Our Wales Manifesto outlines key actions to improve the welfare of the Armed Forces community in Wales.
Ahead of the 2015 General Election, we produced a manifesto outlining key actions we for the Government to improve the life of the Armed Forces community.
Compensation rules for veterans who develop Mesothelioma from working with asbestos during Service have been changed.
From providing care homes for older veterans, to support for carers, to helping the Armed Forces community to live safely at home, we're here to help.
Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and in light of the risks posed, the annual Remembrance Sunday March Past the Cenotaph will not take place this year.
Set in acres of gardens near Taunton, Somerset, Dunkirk Memorial House is somewhere both residents and visitors can feel at home.
Our campaigns look to improve the lives of everyone in the Armed Forces community and make sure their voice is heard.
The Royal British Legion’s Board of Trustees has confirmed that the charity has taken the difficult decision to cease operating its much loved break centre service.
We have six care homes across the country for the Armed Forces community and their families, including five with specialist dementia care.
The Legion is dedicated to supporting the Armed Forces community – wherever they are. Our support team are just a phone call or an email away.
If you suffered an injury or illness related to your service in the Armed Forces on or after 6 April 2005, you can make a claim under the scheme.
Our Public Affairs and Public Policy team work across strategic areas of importance to represent the interests of the Armed Forces community.
Our employment support service helps serving and ex-serving personnel and their families prepare for employment as they transition into civilian life.