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Welcome to The Royal British Legion in Staffordshire

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 Staffordshire.

The Legion has been a voice for the Armed Forces community for over 90 years. Join us to help ensure our veterans and serving personnel get the support they deserve.

Drop into your local branch to join us.
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 for details of our national initiatives. 


Staffordshire Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance 

This years Festival will take place on Sunday 25 October at the Stafford Gatehouse Theatre. 

Royal British Legion Festival

Click here for ticketsFestival Poster

Anzac Commemorative Service at Cannock Chase Cemetery

Stafford Mayor Ray Sutherland And High Commissioner For New Zealand

On the 100th Anniversary of the Gallipoli Landings Staffordshire remembered the men of the New Zealand Rifle Brigade. When they departed Brocton Camp in 1919 they paraded in Market Square, Stafford and handed to the Mayor and Corporation of Stafford the New Zealand Standard they had used as a Battalion Flag.

 A new Flag was presented to the Mayor of Stafford, to replace the lost original, by the High Commissioner for New Zealand His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir Lockwood Smith KNZM Phd.

For photographs and reports click here & here

 VJ 70 at Lichfield Cathedral

For Far East Prisoners of War and their families, this may be the last time they are able to come together to mark VJ Day.  So join them at a special commemorative Service of Remembrance to commemorate the 70th Anniversary, to be held on 15 August 2015 at Lichfield Cathedral and on the 16 August at the National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas.
Click here to see the full colour poster.

The Legion’s WW1 Centenary Guide

The Legion has put together a WW1 Centenary guide which is intended to inform you of the Legion’s Centenary plans. It can be downloaded here in pdf form and contains our position and key messages on the Centenary along with some of the dates of planned large-scale commemorations.


It has snapshots of some of the national activities we will be announcing more fully in coming months – for updates, please refer to There is also a section on how you can apply for funds for your own Centenary projects, and a few success stories.


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