They say that walking a mile is as good for you as running a mile! Take on a personal walking challenge and fundraise for us.
Take the plunge and sign up for a personal swimming challenge and help us raise vital funds to support the Armed Forces community in Scotland.
Taking part in an organised cycling event or creating your own cycling challenge is a great way to raise vital funds for our Armed Forces community in Scotland.
Whether you fancy taking on a long, middle, short distance run or a series of runs, we may well have a charity place just for you.
This partnership of organisations, including Poppyscotland, delivers a range of services and events for older veterans in care settings.
Look out your sequins and spray on that tan! Our 2021 event has been pushed back to 2022, but it will be worth the wait! Tickets can be reserved now.
We’ve teamed up with Scotland’s best-known military band for a nationwide concert tour in 2021.
Save the date. Our Poppyscotland Sportive will be back on Sunday 26th September 2021, starting and finishing in Prestonpans.
The 1921 Poppy Pledge is a year-long celebration of the Poppy. Enlist today for our fundraising campaign.
The Sportive cycling event has been cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Whether you fancy taking on a long, middle, short distance run or hiking challenge anywhere in Scotland, we may well have just the event for you!
Let’s work together to support the Armed Forces community in Scotland.
Lt Col. John McCrae's poem was the inspiration behind the Poppy as a way to remember those who died in conflict. His memory lives on today, all over the world.
UK military personnel from commonwealth nations face thousands of pounds in fees to remain here after their service. We think this is wrong.
There are many ways for you to give to Poppyscotland. From a one-off donation and regular giving, to a gift in memory of a loved one and the Poppyscotland Shop.
Watch our Virtual Services of Remembrance from Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day 2020.
A free service provided by Legion Scotland to help Service personnel in Scotland at war pensions tribunals.
The Band of The Royal Regiment of Scotland was formed in 2006 but Scotland as a country has been immersed in the tradition of military music for centuries.