Tom Foy in battledress holds his branch Standard

Our members help us provide support to the Armed Forces community and their families.

Members are a vital part of our national network and are involved in all that we do – from fundraising during the Poppy Appeal to providing local support in local areas.

No longer a member? By renewing your membership we can continue to provide help to those most in need. 

I love being a member. I've met people from all over the UK and feel part of the Royal British Legion family. Ellie Parke, RBL member
People gathered around the fountain in Trafalgar Square for Silence in the Square

Representing the Royal British Legion

Our members have a strong ceremonial tradition dating back to 1921. We're proud to have members represent RBL across the UK, during Remembrance services and beyond.
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Our members are important to everything we do.

To say thank you, we are delighted to be able to offer our members a range of exclusive offers and discounts, including priority tickets for our Festival of Remembrance.

Being a member also means that you can be involved in the governance of RBL – and our Annual Conference allows members to take part in the shaping and direction of the charity.

My husband is our branch Chairman so RBL is a big part of our lives. Everyone is welcome! Sylvia Hemingway, RBL member
RBL members attending Annual Conference

Shaping RBL

Our Annual Conference allows members and branches to have a say in the way we run RBL. Our 2021 conference will take place virtually on Saturday 15 May. We hope you can join us!
Annual Conference

Help us celebrate our Centenary

Find out what your branch can do to help mark this once in a lifetime celebration.
Read our Legion 100 guide for branches

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Legion 100

Legion 100 is a celebration of the centenary of the Royal British Legion. Formed on 15 May 1921, we continue to support our Armed Forces community.
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