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In addition to being a full-time Army nurse on a neurological ward, Ben also volunteers for The Royal British Legion.
There is no right or wrong way to wear a poppy. Wearing one is a matter of personal choice, as is, how to wear it.
Tom Boardman became a prisoner of war when British forces surrendered to Japan in Singapore in 1942.
For more than 20 years the story of Passchendaele survivor Arthur Roberts lay in the attic of a house in a quiet suburb of Glasgow.
Harris Tatakis was seriously injured in 2007 when his Land Rover drove over an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) while serving in Afghanistan.
Jodie Older is a Healthcare Assistant currently serving in the Queen Alexandra’s Royal Nursing Corps.
Donna Stonelake is a former Royal Navy Able Rating and mother of three whose husband, Mark, was injured whilst serving in Afghanistan.
After joining the Army at 18, Len Burritt served on the frontline in more than 100 battles in 15 countries, including the Battle of El Alamein in 1942.
Former Royal Marine Commando Pete Dunning on the unveiling of the Iraq and Afghan Memorial.
Ann Miller-McCaffrey tells of the importance of the Armed Forces’ access to community groups and forums such as the Legion’s first ever LGBTQ+ branch.
From all regions, walks of life and corners of the UK, meet some of those helping to raise vital funds for the Poppy Appeal.
Team of veterans’ summit on centenary of the end of WW1 in an expedition led by The Royal British Legion’s Battle Back Centre and Leeds Beckett University.
Known as The Flying Sikh of Biggin Hill, Hardit Singh Malik was the first Indian pilot of WWI and would go on to become a distinguished diplomat.
Veteran from Iraq and Afghanistan, Liam Young, joined fellow members of The Royal British Legion on a trip to the battlefields of the First World War.
After suffering a stroke and having his house burgled, The Legion stepped in to help Army veteran Terence Lake find a new home.
Captain Noel Chavasse is one of only three people to be awarded the Victoria Cross twice – and the only VC and Bar of the First World War.