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The opening of the annual Garden of Remembrance at St Paul's Cathedral, London, took place on Monday 4 November, 2019.
From marathons to abseils to dinners and concerts, there are many events to choose from. Join Team RBL today.
Lyndon Chatting-Walters was told he may never walk again. Read his incredible experience on Mission Himalaya.
Mission Motorsport provides opportunities in motorsport and is the official provider of disabled and adaptive sport.
Dan Arnold’s tattoos document the good and the bad on his journey from soldier to PTSD survivor.
The Scouts are proud to announce their support of The Royal British Legion with the launch of a three year partnership.
The Legion has been working in partnership with The Westminster Collection to create a range of collectable coins, stamps and stamp covers.
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.
Part of the Legion's family of charities, the National Memorial Arboretum is the UK's year-round centre of Remembrance.
The gravestones of the first and last British soldiers to be killed in WWI sit opposite each other in the St Symphorien military cemetery in Belgium.
During the coronavirus lockdown we have kept in touch with vulnerable members via a telephone buddy service.
In 1941 Des Lush joined the RAF with hopes of becoming a pilot. Three years later he flew his first operation as a Bomb Aimer.
Harry Leigh-Dugmore was evacuated from Dunkirk as part of Operation Dynamo in May 1940. Read his remarkable story.
After being medically discharged from the RAF, Craig wanted a tattoo to tell the story of his life and commemorate his fallen comrades.
Danielle Cummings has overcome many challenges since joining the Royal Navy after leaving school, with deployments from Afghanistan to Bahrain.
Dedicated to those who lost their lives while under his command, Matt’s tattoo on his back depicts the silhouette of a bugler from the Royal Marines.