The Royal British Legion Scotland (RBLS) has been marking its centenary year since June 2021, although Covid has somewhat curtailed national events.
A poppy wreath was laid at each war memorial shortly after the anniversary date. In June 1921, Field Marshal Earl Haig formed the Royal British Legion in Scotland (Legion Scotland, as it is now known) by bringing together several charities that had been established to assist those returning from the horrors of the First World War and residing in Scotland. The purpose of the Legion remains the same, to remember the fallen; and to support those. . .