To find out more about the 'Poppy People' volunteer campaign in your area, please contact Lynne Woodyatt, Community Fundraiser for The Royal British Legion
on 01685 389103 or email email@example.com To find out more about The Royal British legion
visit www.britishlegion.org.uk I would like to remind people that on Sunday, November 10 at 10.35am, the National Service of Remembrance for Wales will take place at the Wales National War Memorial in Alexandra Gardens, Cathays Park, Cardiff.
With conflict continuing at its current intensity it is inevitable that this number will continue to rise and the Royal British Legion
intends to be there for these service men and women and their families today and for the rest of their lives.
Michelle Campbell, corporate partnership manager from The Royal British Legion
, adds: "Thanks to McCarthy & Stone's staff and residents, The Royal British Legion
is able to provide the much needed welfare services for our serving and ex-service heroes.."
"Opening this hub alongside the Royal British Legion
in Newcastle will make a real difference for the veterans we serve."
"The No 11 is a big piece of the city's history and we are proud to be joining forces with the Royal British Legion
to honour those who risked and gave their lives."
"We teamed up with the Royal British Legion
last season to launch their poppy appeal and were delighted with the response.
War veterans from the Royal British Legion
were left horrified when the Orange bands hijacked their annual event in Paisley, Renfrewshire.
The Royal visit is part of the Royal British Legion
's jubilee celebrations, with members from branches across Britain due to visit the memorial on July 3.
Organised by the South Shields branch of the Royal British Legion
, the borough's poppy appeal helps those in the Armed Forces and their families, as well as honour those who have fallen.
STUDENTS have impressed the Royal British Legion
and a local textile firm by making their own poppies with a difference.
As the Lord Mayor of Cardiff, I wish to add my personal support to the 2012 Poppy Appeal and ask the citizens of Cardiff to do all they can to ensure that the Royal British Legion
is able to continue its valuable work with ex-servicemen and women, their families and those who are currently serving their country around the world.
It is the first time the Royal British Legion
's fundraising drive in the region has passed the pounds 1m mark.