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On discovering that a dog could help support their autistic son, The Gill family reached out to The Royal British Legion for help.
Thousands of amazing volunteers help raise vital funds during the annual Poppy Appeal. Meet a few of them.
John Green was among over 1,000 RBL members to visit WW1 battlefields to mark the 90th anniversary of the Great Pilgrimage in 2018.
Army Welfare Worker Sergeant Adam Kastein speaks of his experience of coming out whilst in the Army.
When Marie Garcia joined the Women’s Royal Naval Service she had no idea she would end up working on D-Day.
After his medical discharge, Andy reached out to RBL for assistance navigating the complex paperwork and compensation claims process.
Trevor Bradshaw was only 21 when The Falklands War began. Now a counsellor, he looks back on his experiences from 1982.
Aged 17 when the Falklands War broke out, John Sheppard recalls his time as a young chef on board MSV Stena Seaspread during the conflict.
Tom Foy, a Corporal in the RAF Regiment, tells us how he got involved with his local Branch, and how proud he is to carry the Standard for them.
We invited local children to meet residents with dementia at Danbury Lodge, inspiring amazing reactions.
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.
When veteran Reggie could no longer get into the garden after a fall, we came to the rescue to help him grow flowers for his wife again.
In August 2018, Army Cadet Maddie Hempell joined over 1,000 Legion members for the Great Pilgrimage 90 in Ypres.
During the Second World War Jane Eldridge was a Cypher Officer, travelling with Winston Churchill to Canada.
After 100 years in circulation as a worldwide symbol symbol of Remembrance, the meaning behind the poppy can get a little lost in translation.
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.