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The Poppy Appeal is the Royal British Legion’s biggest fundraising campaign held every year in November, during the period of Remembrance.
Our work with Cadbury to commemorate the centenary of the First World War won an award for Best Fundraising Campaign.
The Royal British Legion and Apta are in partnership to offer a wide range of beautiful plant pots and plaques for budding gardeners to enjoy.
Walking With The Wounded supports veterans with physical, mental, or social injuries on their journey to reintegrate back into society.
In the Second World War Frank Preston was an Able Seaman in the Royal Navy and served alongside troops from over 12 countries on D-Day.
The Royal British Legion’s Board of Trustees has confirmed that the charity has taken the difficult decision to cease operating its much loved break centre service.
This year, the City Veterans CIC will be raising funds for the Royal British Legion in honour of 100 years of support for the Armed Forces community.
We promise that should we, or you, have to cancel your place due to official Covid-19 restrictions we’ll transfer your place to another event or offer a refund.
With your help we can raise more awareness for The Royal British Legion while you earn commission.
Please use this form to contact our PR Officer, Charlene Guy, based at the Royal British Legion's head office in London.
The Royal British Legion is committed to becoming a truly inclusive organisation, where everyone feels valued for the contribution they make.
The British Legion Women’s Section was formed in 1921 to safeguard the interests of widows and families of ex-Servicemen.
The Royal British Legion are committed to ensuring that information on how to gamble responsibly is readily available to all.
During the coronavirus lockdown we have kept in touch with vulnerable members via a telephone buddy service.
Every local authority in Great Britain has signed a pledge to implement the principles of the Armed Forces Covenant in their communities.