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Download free Remembrance teaching resources including lesson plans, bitesized activities and assemblies for Key Stages 1-5 to support teachers and parents
Remembrance honours those who serve to defend our democratic freedoms and way of life.
Remembrance Sunday falls on 14 November in 2021 and is an opportunity to remember the service and sacrifice of all those that have defended our freedoms.
The Remembrance Glade offers a tranquil space for people to contemplate what Remembrance means to them and to remember those that have served and sacrificed.
Remembrance honours the service and sacrifice of our Armed Forces, veterans, and their families. They protect our way of life.
Our Remembrance events encourage communities to come together to honour those who served and and remember their sacrifice.
As champions of Remembrance, we invite you to explore and remember the bravery and sacrifice of our Armed Forces on a Remembrance Travel journey.
Remembrance Travel gives students an understanding of sites not simply as monuments of the past, but as living memories to help us reflect on the present.
Remembrance takes many forms and means something different to everyone. It’s a deeply personal act, often recognising a range of sacrifices.
Find a role in our Marketing and Remembrance teams and help tell the story of the Royal British Legion and inspire the nation to get involved.
Learning about Remembrance brings children of all ages and backgrounds together. Use our free resources to help children explore Remembrance.
Every year we take great care and attention in planting thousands of personal Tributes within the grounds of Cardiff Castle during Remembrance.
RBL hosts the annual Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall to commemorate all those who have lost their lives in conflict.
Our members play an active role in the organisation and participation in Remembrance Services and have a strong ceremonial tradition dating back to 1921.
The Field of Remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) pays tribute to all those who have sadly lost their lives in conflict.
We encourage everyone to embrace the traditions of Remembrance but also make it their own. Use these resources to create your own act of Remembrance.