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From handmade silk poppies to the new plastic-free poppy made entirely from paper, discover how the poppy has evolved over the past 100 years.
Get in touch to register your interest or find out more about joining in for Guess the Poppies prize draw.
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.
Support the Royal British Legion by buying your poppies and poppy items online at the Poppy Shop.
When Alex tragically lost her nephew, Dean, at the age of 24, she decided to create a lasting legacy for him through a Tribute Fund.
Poppy Railton, 11, has been supporting the Poppy Appeal since she was in infant school. This year unable to sell poppies with her Guide group she is encouraging people to get involved in other ways.
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.
Since 2011, the Legion has been running Bravo 22 – a recovery-through-the-arts programme for the Armed Forces community.
Red poppies have been worn as a show of support for the Armed Forces community since 1921. Today the Poppy remains as the symbol of Remembrance at the heart of our Poppy Appeal.
If you are a Revolut customer you can now donate directly to the Poppy Appeal through Revolut Donations.
Develop a deeper understanding of who, how and why we remember through the images, stories and voices of Remembrance.
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Whilst in the RAF, Sara suffered a life-changing brain injury. Our recovery through the arts programme, Bravo 22, helped her heal.
An installation featuring 20,000 poppies, each with a hand-written message of remembrance, has landed in Arromanches, Normandy for D-Day 75.
On 15 May 2021 join us online as we celebrate our centenary through a series of live events including a livestream from the Cenotaph.
Take on the UK’s flattest major marathon and run through the buzzing city of Manchester.
Each year, our immediate needs grants scheme helps thousands of people through emergencies by providing an individual crisis grants.