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Every year we take great care and attention in planting thousands of personal Tributes within the grounds of Cardiff Castle during Remembrance.
Our members play an active role in the organisation and participation in Remembrance Services and have a strong ceremonial tradition dating back to 1921.
From our beginnings in the aftermath of the First World War, see how the torch of Remembrance has been passed from generation to generation in the UK, the Commonwealth and beyond.
Remembrance means something different to everyone and you've been sharing your own, personal stories.
As champions of Remembrance, we invite you to explore and remember the bravery and sacrifice of our Armed Forces on a Remembrance Travel journey.
In 2021 we are marking 100 years since the nation’s collective Remembrance traditions were first bought together.
As champions of Remembrance, Remembrance Travel invite you to explore and remember the bravery and sacrifice of our Armed Forces.
Our branches are focal points for social activity, Remembrance and are ready to support the Armed Forces community.
Lawrence Sabatini's tattoos feature symbols of Remembrance, paying tribute to those who have died in the service of Commonwealth countries.
The Scouts are proud to collaborate with The Royal British Legion with a new range of Remembrance products.
We encourage everyone to embrace the traditions of Remembrance but also make it their own. Use these resources to create your own act of Remembrance.
Download our free Key Stage 3 teaching resources such as bitesize activities and assemblies, for 11-14 year-olds that encourage discussion, creativity and reflection.
After 100 years in circulation as a worldwide symbol symbol of Remembrance, the meaning behind the poppy can get a little lost in translation.
Remembrance takes many forms and means something different to everyone. It’s a deeply personal act, often recognising a range of sacrifices.
An installation featuring 20,000 poppies, each with a hand-written message of remembrance, has landed in Arromanches, Normandy for D-Day 75.
The Poppy Appeal is the Royal British Legion’s biggest fundraising campaign held every year in November, during the period of Remembrance.