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The Legion means everything to me, that I can be there to help Service men and women.
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Following the election of Manchester’s first mayor we outlined key policy changes that would help support the Armed Forces community.
Explore the work of pioneering war photographer Ernest Brooks, considering how photographs help us connect to the experiences of others.
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Our Pedal to Paris challenge is the experience of a lifetime. Please read the terms and conditions before signing up.
With your help we can raise more awareness for The Royal British Legion while you earn commission.
The Royal British Legion’s Board of Trustees has confirmed that the charity has taken the difficult decision to cease operating its much loved break centre service.
Our members play an active role in the organisation and participation in Remembrance Services and have a strong ceremonial tradition dating back to 1921.
Members are a vital part of our national network and are involved in all that we do. Become a member of the Royal British Legion today.
Finding a job can be one of the hardest parts of leaving the Armed Forces, but we can help you to gain financial assistance to help you find suitable work.
Our volunteers make an incredible difference. Whatever time you can give, we have plenty of opportunities for you.
Choose from a range of commemorative wreaths in return for a donation to The Royal British Legion.
In the aftermath of the WW1 it became apparent there was a need for an organisation to support and represent all members of the Armed Forces.
You can help to safeguard the future of the Armed Forces community by leaving a gift in your will.
Discover how Bergen-Belsen became an infamous Nazi concentration camp in WW2 and what happened when it was liberated in 1945.
Our new Remembrance resources for Girlguiding, Cadets and Scouts are designed to help young people understand and engage with Remembrance today.
From Nursing and Fundraising, to Marketing, Campaigning and Technology, there are many different jobs at the Royal British Legion.
We support our Armed Forces community, including serving and ex-serving personnel and their families. Get in touch here.