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Singer-songwriter Ralph McTell has recorded a work of poetry and song to mark the centenary of the interment of the Unknown Soldier at Westminster Abbey.
Merrythought have teamed up with RBL to produce a beautiful line of collectable teddy bears, starting with The Royal British Legion Centenary Bear.
On 15 May 2021 join us online as we celebrate our centenary through a series of live events including a livestream from the Cenotaph.
We're here to help our Armed Forces community. Our support starts after one day of service and continues through life, long after service is over.
It takes a lot of time and planning to organise a tour, which is why we work so hard to make your preparation as straightforward as possible.
You can help to safeguard the future of the Armed Forces community by leaving a gift in your will.
Nicholas Bennion was used to taking on challenges in his military career, but when he left the Army he needs our help adapting to civilian life.
Careers at the Royal British Legion. This is where you’ll find a job that supports your ambitions and those in our Armed Forces community.
Take a look at our training plans and advice to help you smash your Pedal to Paris challenge for The Royal British Legion.
Download tools, assets and general support to help members represent the Royal British Legion using our new identity.
Support The Royal British Legion by buying your poppies and poppy items online at the Poppy Shop.
Find out more about the Royal British Legion's epic Pedal to Paris ride, including our event itinerary and kit list.
Would you like to find out more about being a member of the Legion? Check out some our frequently asked questions today.
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.
Our Annual Conference brings together members from across the world who help shape the direction of the Royal British Legion.
Join in to mark our 100th anniversary by adding a message of support for the Armed Forces community on our 100 Years of Support online message board.