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Poppyscotland and The National Memorial Arboretum are part of The Royal British Legion family of charities.
Renew your membership today and be part of a national network supporting the Armed Forces community.
In the run up to Christmas lots of people have money worries. Follow our top 25 tips to help you plan, budget and save money this Christmas.
Thousands of amazing volunteers help raise vital funds during the annual Poppy Appeal. Meet a few of them.
The Royal British Legion is registered with the Fundraising Regulator and comply with the key principles embodied in their Fundraising Promise.
Shop our RBL 100 items, from limited-edition centenary pins to our richly illustrated 'We are the Legion' book, online at the Poppy Shop.
Every year our supporters create a range of wonderful knitted and crocheted poppies to help raise vital funds for the Poppy Appeal.
We have six care homes across the country for the Armed Forces community and their families, including five with specialist dementia care.
We’ve partnered with St James’s House Publishing for our Centenary to write and publish Cooking with Heroes.
Our expert Benefits and Money advisors are here to help you with five to tips for managing your finances during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Across the UK our team of Advice and Information staff provide vital support to ex-Serving personnel and their families.
During the coronavirus outbreak we will continue to work with our community, ensuring their safety and well-being is our highest priority during these unprecedented times.
Every year amazing people from across the UK volunteer to collect for the Poppy Appeal. We couldn't do it without them.
At The Royal British Legion Group, we believe in being open and up front with individuals about how we use their personal data.
Following our successful campaign, veterans such as Keith Clarke no longer see their military compensation taken to cover social care costs.
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.