The Royal British Legion, Harwell Branch

Harwell Branch

The Harwell Branch carries out the fundraising, welfare and remembrance activities of the Royal British Legion in the local area.


These activities are run by the Branch Committee. Other activities such as campaigning are carried out nationally by the National Royal British Legion.

The Harwellian Club Committee manage the Club and bar, including entertainment and room hire. 

The Harwell Branch Committee is grateful to the Harwellian Club Committee for arranging the use of the Poppy Room for meetings and the enthusiastic support given by the Club Committee to all Branch activities.

Harwell Branch is part of the Berkshire and Vale of White Horse County of the Royal British Legion. The County Circular contains County news and events.

Other parades and activities

The Standard Bearer and other members attend various local and county parades through the year, including the annual Armed Forces Day Parade, and laying up of the Vale of the White Horse Group Standard.

2008 Anniversary Parade   2008 Anniversary Parade


Membership is open to all sections of the community, whether serving, ex service or non service. The current Branch Committee includes ex service and non service people.

The membership page has details of the membership fees.    

Page last updated 12 Feb 2017, with information from Peter Cox, Branch Secretary

Standards at Anniversary Parade 2008

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