The new chairman of a Royal British Legion branch saved from closure has said he is “determined” to turn its fortunes around.
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The future of an Aberdeenshire town's Royal British Legion club is hanging in the balance amid crippling financial difficulties.
Two army veterans including one with dementia were reunited for the first time in 60 years in an emotional chance encounter at a Christmas party.
Large crowds were prevented from “paying their respects to the war dead” in Inverness on Remembrance Sunday after a footbridge over the River Ness was suddenly shut for safety reasons.
A 99-year-old war veteran reminded the Queen that she will owe him a birthday card next year when the monarch met him in Kent today.
More than a dozen D-Day veterans have attended a service to officially open the Royal British Legion’s annual Field of Remembrance at the National Memorial Arboretum.
Rachel Riley has gone “undercover” as a Poppy Appeal collector to celebrate the thousands of volunteers who give up their free time for the Royal British Legion’s annual appeal.
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Locals lined the streets of Grantown yesterday during a poignant ceremony to unveil a silhouette commemorating the day soldiers who fought in the Great War returned to the Highland town.
Two new permanent reminders of a Moray town’s sacrifices for the armed forces have been unveiled.
A highly-valued hospital transport service will terminate this week due to a lack of volunteers and rising costs.
Plans to stage a Remembrance Sunday parade in a Moray town one week before the rest of the nation marks the occasion have sparked anger.
Voters in Moray were shocked this morning to discover their usual polling station had been replaced with the back seat of a car.
The future of an annual Remembrance parade in a north-east town has been secured after a group of ex-service personnel stepped in.
The UK Government has fined one of its own departments and will use the money to send 2,500 veterans to London for World War II commemorations.
Following on from another successful year, Marks & Spencer will once again be selling a range of Poppy jewellery in honour of Armistice Day, with all profits going directly to The Royal British Legion.
A major restoration of Inverness' largest war memorial has earned an award.
A Highland ex-serviceman who has dedicated his life to the Royal British Legion has been recognised for his commitment in the Queen's birthday honours.