Royal British Legion Scotland
Patron: Her Majesty The Queen

Benefits of membership

There are a number of great benefits to being a member of Legion Scotland.

Glenton Holidays discount
Our corportate partner Glenton Holidays offering benefits to members and their families,  as well as helping raise funds for Legion Scotland. The holiday company offers holiday makers coach, cruise and air holidays from Scotland to Britain, Ireland and Europe and they can offer tailor made holidays for groups.There are a number of ways that members can benefit from their partnership:
- 5% discount for veteran members and their families (not group bookings). Use discount code: GLLEG15 when booking.
- A Legion Scotland dedicated phone line: 0844 248 6105
- Glenton will give a donation of 2.5% to Legion Scotland for all holidays booked using this code.

Co-op Funeralcare discount
Co-op Funeralcare, Scotland’s leading Funeral Director with over 100 funeral homes, is offering Legion Scotland members and their immediate family a discount of £150 off Pre-paid Funeral Plans.  For each plan purchased Co-op Funeralcare will also give £100 to Legion Scotland.  If you are interested in finding out more, please call 0800 389 8377 quoting discount code LEG15.

Legion Scotland Today magazine
Our members magazine is sent to the home address of all the members we have details for - enjoy our great quality magazine from the comfort of your own home.

Clubs and branches
When you join your local branch of Legion Scotland your membership also entitles you to make use of any other branch across Scotland (a separate fee may apply for making use of a branch with a club). Indeed in many cases it also enables you to visit branches of equivalent organisations in countries such as the USA, Canada and Australia.

One very practical way that Legion Scotland helps veterans is by providing a range of grants that are available to help the ex-Service community.

Comradeship events
Our regular comradeship activities and sports programme are a way for ex-service men and women and their families to meet new people, talk and share experiences and ultimately make friends. As well an an established national sports competition that Legion Scotland runs each year there are a wide range of comradeship activities on offer. We hold indoor archery twice a month, clay pigeon shooting, curling, outdoor bowls, disabled fly fishing, Xtreme carting and many more!