Welcome to the Derbyshire Royal British Legion.
The Royal British Legion is the leading Ex-Service Organisation in the County. Our principal concern is the welfare of ex-Service people and their dependants, with around 10.5 million people in the UK eligible for that support. Around 300,000 calls on the Legion are made each year, from people of all ages in need of help.
The Royal British Legion in Derbyshire has a presence from Glossop in the north to Swadlincote in the south, consisting of 49 Branches, 3 Groups (High Peak and North East Derbyshire are currently suspended), 10 Clubs and approximately 5,450 members around the County.
For a complete list of the Branches in Derbyshire click Branches and for a list of Clubs click Clubs.
The County Offices are located on the second floor of Saxon House in Derby, click on the link to find a map and directions to the County Offices. Derbyshire County Officers including the County Chairman, the County Secretary, the County Field Officer and the County Field Welfare Officer are all based in the County Offices, click on the link to find the Our County Team.
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