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The Invictus Games sees wounded, injured and ill servicemen and women competing in 11 medal sports. In the 2018 Sydney games, the UK took home 72 medals.
Most people remember where they were or how they found out the Second World War was coming to an end. As the war ended in Europe, we share the VE Day stories of those who lived through it.
When serving in Afghanistan in 2006, Andy Barlow ran into a minefield to help an injured fellow solider. This changed his life forever.
Read our FAQs to find out more about the Arctic Survival Challenge. From pricing and training to fundraising.
Since our earliest days we have championed the causes of serving and ex-serving personnel and their families.
This year's Festival of Remembrance commemorates the people who secured peace and our way of life 75 years ago, whilst reflecting upon the sacrifice made by many in protecting the nation from Covid-19.
The Royal British Legion announces the appointment of its new National President and the election of the charity’s first female National Chairman.
RBL branches sit at the heart of communities and today there are approximately 2,500 across the UK. Discover the stories behind our branches.
Get in touch today to become a partner of the Royal British Legion and help support the Armed Forces community.
From fun and sports events to very special events, there are many ways you can remember a loved one and raise money to support the work of the Legion.
In 2014 we published results of the most comprehensive survey into the needs of the ex-Service community undertaken in the last ten years.
Search, filter and download our teaching resources such as assemblies and lesson plans, designed to support 16-18 year-olds in exploring Remembrance.
Every year, thousands of people make huge sacrifices to serve in our Armed Forces. When they come back, we ensure they have the support they need.
In 1928, a decade after the end of the First World War, the British Legion took veterans and war widows on the Great Pilgrimage to remember those who lost their lives.
Thanks to incredible supporters like you, we can provide life-changing support for the Armed Forces community.
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