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If you're a serving member of the UK Armed Forces, regular or reserve you can register as a Military Member of RBL for free.
As a youth member there are lots of opportunities to support the Armed Forces community. Become a member today.
Would you like to find out more about being a member of the Legion? Check out some our frequently asked questions today.
Find out more about the range of exclusive offers and discounts available to all of our members.
Our meet-ups are an opportunity for you to connect with others and find out more about the difference you're making. Register for an event near you.
Members have been vital to our work since 1921 and continue to play a key role in supporting the Armed Forces community and championing Remembrance.
Renew your membership today and be part of a national network supporting the Armed Forces community.
RBL membership meet-ups are your chance to ask the team your questions and explore the topics that matter to you.
If you’re taking your membership to the next level, we’re here to help with training for Officer and Committee member roles.
We are proud to have a community of more than 180,000 members – and every single member is vital in helping us to support our Armed Forces community.
Jason Coward, the RBL's new National Chair, shares his ambitions for the charity.
Everyone is welcome to attend our Annual Conference. If you’re joining as a visitor, simply register in advance to guarantee your place.
Members are a vital part of our national network and are involved in all that we do. Become a member of the Royal British Legion today.
The Royal British Legion branches are grouped by counties around the UK and overseas. Find your local information here.
The British Legion Women’s Section was formed in 1921 to safeguard the interests of widows and families of ex-Servicemen.
Military compensation is no longer taken to cover injured veterans’ social care costs in Great Britain thanks to our successful campaign.