Welcome to The Royal British Legion in Cornwall
We are here to administer and support the delivery of welfare services and the membership and fundraising activities of the Legion's branches and clubs throughout Cornwall.
Membership of The Royal British Legion is available to all adults, not just members or ex-members of the forces and we always welcome new members. Drop into your local branch or click here to find out how you can join.
The Legion Magazine
The Legion Magazine, free to all members, provides in-depth stories on our welfare services, beneficiaries and the latest news from our branches.
There are five issues a year which as well as exclusive news articles, include the following regular features:
News - pictures and news snippets from the world of the Legion.
Lost Trails - tracing friends and comrades, also available online.
Letters - members’ views and stories
Are you a member, supporter or volunteer of the Royal British Legion? If so we’d like to know what membership means to you. By telling us a bit about yourself and your connection to TRBL, we can identify ways to improve what we offer our members. Help us shape the future of membership and be in with the chance to win a £100 Amazon Gift Voucher. Enter the survey now!
HELP US FIND OUR VETS
The Legion is on a mission to take all surviving WW2 veterans back to where they served.
Friday 2 February 2018
The Royal British Legion wants to take all surviving veterans of the Second World War on a free
Remembrance tour to where they served during their time in the Armed Forces.
Tours will take place throughout 2018 and will give WW2 veterans the chance to meet up with fellow
veterans and pay their respects at battlefield sites, cemeteries and memorials.
The Treasury is enabling these free tours to be funded by Libor fines,
and will enable the veterans to return with a family member and carer.
Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer,
said: “I’m delighted that we can continue to support those who want to return with
The Royal British Legion to the countries where they served.
We have committed over £5 million of Libor funds to help those who fought for our
freedom to return to pay their respects and safeguard the memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice.”
No database exists of WW2 veterans who are still alive today, so the Legion is asking the public to help
us make sure every surviving veteran can take part.
If you’re a grandchild, neighbour or carer and know someone who fought in WW2,
please tell them about this opportunity and encourage them to sign up!
Treasured Keepsakes of a WW1 Nurse
This book is available for a minimum donation of £5
For more information and to obtain a copy email
View our News & Events calendar for more information on what's happening.
To find out who to contact in your area please see the list of Branches on our branch information page.
About The Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion is the nation's leading Armed Forces charity providing care and support to all members of the British Armed Forces past and present and their families. It is also the national Custodian of Remembrance and safeguards the Military Covenant between the nation and its Armed Forces. It is best known for the annual Poppy Appeal and its emblem the red poppy.
Visit www.britishlegion.org.uk for details of our national initiatives.
If you would like to join the Royal British Legion, you can now join online, just click on the red "Join Now" link below.
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