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    Superhero runner raises over £1000 for RBLI

    Our congratulations to Matt Hammond from Dartford who completed the Do It For Charity Superhero Run yesterday in London, raising a massive £1,140 for RBLI. Matt said, "I'm so glad I've done it. It's been so good today and it's given me the running bug! I've had several injuries recently, my heel gives me ...

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    RBLI shortlisted for two national awards

    Royal British Legion Industries has this week been nominated in three categories in two separate national awards for outstanding and innovative services to the employment sector. RBLI has been shortlisted for two coveted ERSA Employability Awards. Firstly, in recognition of the charity’s range of employment services including the ...

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    Major Heather Stanning takes on London Marathon for RBLI

    The penultimate weekend of April saw double Olympic gold medallist Major Heather Stanning MBE smash this year’s London marathon in aid of RBLI. Heather, who proudly displayed the RBLI logo on a running vest specially designed by the charity’s in-house graphic designer, completed the gruelling 26 mile challenge in just 3 ...

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    RBLI Joins Veteran's Gateway

    RBLI is proud to announce that it has joined forces with The Royal British Legion and 24 other armed forces charities and organisations as part of the Veteran’s Gateway project. With more than 2,000 charitable groups currently offering help to veterans, it can be difficult for veterans to know who to turn to for the help they ...

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    Paul's journey to LifeWorks

    LifeWorks graduate Paul Harding returned to civilian life in 1990 following a bomb explosion in Northern Ireland after 14-years of service in the Royal Corps of Signals. Paul, who was eventually diagnosed with PTSD in 2012, said he found adjusting to civilian life was extremely difficult. He added: “I just couldn’t find my ...

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    Retired Lieutenant joins famous stars for military award

    Retired Lieutenant and now Progression Adviser at RBLIwho has dedicated his life to either serving in or supporting the Armed Forces yesterday joined some famous faces as he was awarded for his outstanding service to the military. Roger Leeder, whose military career started at just 15 years of age when he joined the Royal Navy, took ...

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