Family of three (father, mother and daughter) cheering at the Poppy Run entrance
  • Running, Family, Remembrance

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  • Various locations

  • Adults: £15, Under 18: Free

Poppy Runs

When you join a Poppy Run, you run to remember, to show up for those who served and sacrificed for us.

Come together for a fun, family 5k at locations across the country this October and November. Take on the 5k your way and wear your free t-shirt with pride. Join for a moment of reflection before you run, walk or jog.

Open to all ages, all abilities – even the family dog. Kids go FREE. Join the team today.

Poppy Runs

Adult entry is just £15, and kids go FREE. Raise what you can for the Poppy Appeal and help us continue to support veterans with vital services. 

As you pause to remember this November, the Royal British Legion are supporting the Armed Forces community but we couldn’t do it without you.

What’s included?

  • Exclusive medal
  • T-shirt
  • Plus, you’ll get a commemorative medallion when you reach £200 fundraised.

You’ll receive lots of support and encouragement at every step. Included when you sign up:

Whatever the circumstances, we are here to help –without judgement –and to provide a safe space for the Armed Forces community and their families to access the support they need.

Poppy Appeal

Since it was first worn as an Act of Remembrance 100 years ago, the poppy has become an enduring symbol of support for our Armed Forces and hope for a peaceful future. 

For over 100 years, Remembrance has been part of the fabric of society, reminding us of our shared history, and today it continues to unite people across all backgrounds, communities and generations.

The poppy is a symbol of Remembrance and hope.

Your poppy supports the Armed Forces community, past and present.

Remembrance honours those who serve to defend our democratic freedoms and way of life. We unite across faiths, cultures and backgrounds to remember the service and sacrifice of the Armed Forces community from Britain and the Commonwealth.

We want people of all ages to understand the importance of remembering those from the British Armed Forces who have made sacrifices defending the freedoms we enjoy.

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Take a look at our general FAQs below for further information on Poppy Run.
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