Friends of The Y Services Memorial

Friends ofThe Y Services MemorialThe Y Services Organisation Memorial Garden at the National Memorial Arboretum (NMA) in Staffordshire was one of the first to be built on the site. It is a quiet and peaceful haven standing in memory of all those who have served in the Y Services Organisation.For many years the memorial and garden were maintained by the … Read More

JSSU (FALKLAND ISLANDS) INAUGURAL REUNION AT RAF DIGBY – FRIDAY 26 JULY 2019

By kind Permission of the Commanding Officer, RAF Digby Special Guests:  Colin and Eileen DAVIES Venue                 WOs’ & Sgts’ Mess Lounge, RAF Digby, LN4 3LH Times: 1200 Invited guests (+1s)  arrive at the Mess Lounge (numbers to be confirmed)Mess Bar open 1300-1345 Hot Buffet to be served in the Lounge (including vegetarian option) 1500-1600 Museum Open 1700 Bar Closes … Read More

Telling Our Story

Telling Our Story Intro

Telling our storyTelling Our Story Help us celebrate our centenary year and our people who have made such a difference. From its very beginnings, in 1921, our members, volunteers and staff of the organisation have been at the heart of the Royal British Legion. We’re turning to you to kick start the centenary commemorations by Telling Our Story.Telling Your StoryWe … Read More

Annual General Meeting 2020

Annual General Meeting 2020 THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION “Y” SERVICES BRANCH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD ONLINE ON SATURDAY 14TH NOVEMBER 2020, COMMENCING AT 1100 HOURS The agenda for the meeting will be as follows: The Exhortation Chairman To Close the Agenda Chairman Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Remarks Chairman Apologies for Absence Secretary Minutes of the 2019 Branch AGM … Read More

Calling Notice

Calling Notice for Y Services Branch AGM 2020The Y Services Branch Annual General Meeting will commence at 1100 on Saturday 14th November 2020. Due to the current situation it will be held online via Zoom. The draft Agenda for the AGM will be posted here on the Branch website by Monday 9th November 2020. Any current Branch Members who wish … Read More

Remembrance 2020

Remembrance 2020 The Branch Remembrance service at St Mary in the Elms church Old Woodhouse will this year be a very small affair with limited attendance. The service will be conducted outside the church on the small grassed areas opposite the war memorial. There will be representatives from the village and from the Loughborough Branch of the Royal Signals Association. … Read More

Poppy Appeal Field Pack

Poppy Appeal Field Pack 2019The Poppy Appeal and Remembrance period in 2019 follows five years of focussing on the First World War centenary and the large-scale culmination of those activities in our ‘Thank You’ movement last year. In 2019 we have commemorated many unseen contributions and untold stories as we marked the anniversaries of Monte Cassino, the D-Day Landings, the … Read More

Annual General Meeting 2019 Agenda

Annual General Meeting 2019 AgendaThe 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held at the Greenfields Sports & Social Club, Holt Drive, Loughborough LE11 3HZ Saturday 9 November 2019, commencing at 1400. The agenda for the meeting will be as follows: The Exhortation To close the Agenda Chairman’s Welcome and Opening Remarks Apologies for Absence Minutes of the 2018 Branch AGM … Read More

2019 Y Services Branch Committee Elections

2019 Y Services Branch Committee ElectionsThe 2019 Annual General Meeting will be held at the Greenfields Sports & Social Club, Holt Drive, Loughborough LE11 3HZ Saturday 9 November 2019, commencing at 1400. Branch Committee elections are due to take place for the following positions: Chairman Vice Chairman Committee Member (2 positions) All are for a three year term. If any … Read More

A MESSAGE FROM THE POPPY APPEAL COORDINATOR

Your Branch’s fundraising champion, WO1 Gill Bennett RNR, has started the 2019 running season in fine style by raising £84.00 in the Lincoln 10km on 8 April. By the way, that is £84.00 in small denomination coins of the realm which she accumulated in her famous and trusty bucket and carried all the way to the finishing line. I was … Read More