At the end of October, branch members took part in their annual war graves project by placing poppy crosses at Commonwealth war graves and other known graves in their area. Members engaged the public and told them about Legion Scotland and their work across the area during this activity. 

On 4 November, after an absence of three years, the branch held a service of Remembrance in Polbeth Harwood Church. The event was a sell-out and included musical entertainment and readings from the Lord Lieutenant and others, along with an act of Remembrance. The Call to Remembrance was delivered by Rev Alison Quilter. She told the story of her great-grandfather, who lost his life during WWI and is named on the war memorial in West Calder. 

On Remembrance Sunday the branch led the service at West Lothian Civic Centre, again with the Lord Lieutenant in attendance. There was a good turnout from serving personnel, branch members, veterans, elected members, community groups and the wider public.