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Take on our Poppy Ride and pedal through the Staffordshire countryside whilst pushing your capabilities alongside veterans from The Battle Back Centre.
QVC UK has been working with The Royal British Legion since 2010 selling a range of poppy products, raising over £1 million for the Legion.
From his pioneering work at Bletchley Park during WWII to his arrest for homosexuality and eventual pardon, we look at the legacy of Alan Turing.
After joining the Army at 18, Len Burritt served on the frontline in more than 100 battles in 15 countries, including the Battle of El Alamein in 1942.
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.
When Chris Dodd left the Army, he felt lost and struggled to find direction and purpose in the civilian world.
Working with theatre company Bravo 22, helped Veteran Cassidy Little to regain his confidence and sense of self-belief.
Army veteran Mark volunteered for the Poppy Appeal after a 35-year career in the military.
Service means defending not only our own nation – but helping others to defend theirs when natural disaster strikes.
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.
We can help members of the Armed Forces community who need financial support, including urgent assistance for getting through a temporary crisis.
Renew your membership today and be part of a national network supporting the Armed Forces community.
Due to Covid-19, many of our volunteers are unable to help at the Poppy Appeal. We need your help to distribute poppies to your friends and neighbours to ensure we can continue to support our Armed Forces community.
Since 2011, the Legion has been running Bravo 22 – a recovery-through-the-arts programme for the Armed Forces community.
2020 marks 70 years since the start of the Korean war, a war that has never formally ended and many believe has been forgotten.