Head Office Address

Haig House
199 Borough High Street
London
SE1 1AA

Telephone: 0203 207 2181
Fax: 0203 207 2358
Email: women@britishlegion.org.uk

Links

  • The Royal British Legion

    The Royal British Legion is a UK charity providing help and welfare to the serving and ex-Service community and their families.

  • Legion Magazine

    Legion is the official magazine of The Royal British Legion - bringing you the latest ex-service news, views & events.

  • Gloucestershire County

    Find out information about the County and see what events are coming soon in this area.

  • Cheshire County

    Find out information about What Cheshire County are up to and what events are coming soon.

  • Claire Madden - My Space page

    Click to view Claire’s very own My Space Page with information about herself and the Women’s Section as well as the opportunity to listen to her songs.

  • Chatteris Branch, Cambridgeshire

    Please follow this link to find information and events that are taking place at Chatteris Branch.

  • Recruit for Spouses

    Recruit For Spouses is a not-for-profit organisation designed for service spouses who are seeking to re-enter the workplace after subjugating their careers due to their partners’ postings and frequent deployment. 

  • Squaddie Wives and Girlfriends (SWAGS)

    Squaddie Wives and Girlfriends (SWAGS) is an online community run by Army Wives, for all female dependants of the British Armed Forces

  • The Commandos’ Benevolent Fund

    The Commandos’ Benevolent Fund is a Charity that provides financial assistance to former Second World War Army Commandos, their wives, widows and dependant Children.

  • Gardening Leave

    Gardening Leave is a charity which aims to improve the mental & physical wellbeing of Serving ex-Servicemen & women using Horticultural Therapy in walled gardens.

  • Financial Ombudsman

    The Financial Ombudsman Service is set up by Parliament.  They are the official experts in advising on out money matters.  Each year millions of people contact them asking for assistance with their bank accounts, credit cards, insurance, loans and debt issues and much more.  They will look into issues and give an unbiased answer.  If anyone has been treated unfairly, they have the legal power to put things right.  It does not cost anything to ask for help and advice and there is no charge for their advice