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Our manifestos outline key actions we think government should take to improve services for those in the Armed Forces community.
In our centenary year, Prime Minister Boris Johnson met collectors at Downing St to make his donation to the 2021 Poppy Appeal.
Find out how your organisation can partner with the Royal British Legion and help support the Armed Forces community.
Our branches are focal points for social activity, Remembrance and are ready to support the Armed Forces community.
Shop our Falklands 40 collections, from limited-edition commemorative pins to keyrings featuring the Vulcan aircraft that took part in 'Operation Black Buck’.
Forty years since he served as a Corporal in the Royal Corps of Transport, David Sismey looks back on his time on tour in Belfast.
Raffaello Moscardini, 95, joined the Royal Air Force as a wireless operator in 1943 and was sent to war in the Far East.
In the aftermath of the WW1 it became apparent there was a need for an organisation to support and represent all members of the Armed Forces.
In our Centenary year we look at how we have supported ex-Servicemen into work for the last 100 years, and how we continue to support them today.
Read the stories of three soldiers who contracted malaria when they served in the Far East during the Second World War.
Major Steve Little was given less than 24 hours to prepare when he was called up to support the Army’s COVID-19 response, leaving behind his family.
The welfare and wellbeing of the Armed Forces has been at the heart of RBL since our inception in 1921. One of our earliest interventions saw us create a dedicated hospital and village to support ex-serving personnel suffering from tuberculosis after the First World War.
Rachel Hughes was so touched by the support and care her grandparents received at our Galanos House Care Home that she chose to forge a career as a nurse with hopes of one day working back at the home that inspired her.
Tom Foy, a Corporal in the RAF Regiment, tells us how he got involved with his local Branch, and how proud he is to carry the Standard for them.
When veteran Reggie could no longer get into the garden after a fall, we came to the rescue to help him grow flowers for his wife again.