The Royal British Legion Women's Section has been providing care and support to the ex-Service community for
over 85 years. The Women's Section is made up of a countrywide network of 1,200 branches with a membership of
The Women's Section in Derbyshire has a presence from Glossop in the North to Melbourne in the South, consisting of sixteen Branches around the County.
For a complete list of the Women's Section Branches in Derbyshire click Women's Section Branches.
The Royal British Legion Women's Section has three classes of membership as follows:
|A woman who is a Beneficiary as defined by the Royal Charter.|
|A woman who is over sixteen who is the wife, widow, mother, sister, daughter, grand-daughter or dependant of any person who is, or was immediately prior to death, a Beneficiary as defined by the Royal Charter.|
|A woman who is not a Beneficiary as defined by the Royal Charter, but posses a certificate of one of the Voluntary Aid Societies of the Commonwealth (i.e. St. John Ambulance, St. Andrew's Ambulance Association and the British Red Cross Society); this applies to those who are currently active or no longer active.|
Life Members of The Royal British Legion Women's Section are women who at the absolute discretion of The Central Committee of the Women's Section admit Ordinary Members of the Women's Section to Life Membership of the Section.
These are people are not eligible for Ordinary Members or Life Membership of The Royal British Legion Women's Section, who accepts and supports the objects of the Women's Section is eligible to become an Associate Member of a Branch of the Women's Section.
If you want more information about membership or wish to join the Women's Section follow the link Women's Section Membership.
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