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Following a campaign led by The Royal British Legion, the Armed Forces Covenant was enshrined into legislation in 2011, and since then, every local authority in Great Britain has signed the Covenant.

Alongside working with national and devolved government, the RBL Campaigns, Policy and Research team engages with local government to advocate for our Armed Forces community.

RBL welcomes all representatives from every level of local government in England and Wales - from Town, Community and Parish Councils to directly-elected Mayors – to join our Councillor Network. Members of the Network will receive regular communication about how local government can support our Armed Forces community, and about the wider work of RBL.

If you do not serve in local government, but would like to support our work, please join our Campaigner Community.

If you serve in local government in Scotland or Northern Ireland, and would like to support our work, please email: [email protected]


RBL Councillor Network

RBL invites all local authority elected representatives in England and Wales to join our Councillor Network
Join the RBL Councillor Network

As a member of our Network, you will receive the following benefits:

  • Regular email updates about the work of RBL
  • Information on annual Remembrance and the Poppy Appeal
  • Details of upcoming commemorative events
  • Guidance as to how you can best support our Armed Forces community

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