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Sunday, 6 November 2016

Black Country Living Museum - Forces Discount

25% Armed Forces Discount - for the serving person only.  Take your MOD90 to show. (this does not entitled other member of your party to a discount).


Thursday, 3 November 2016

TT Autos Limited - DMS Whittington Personnel Discount




PLEASE LET US KNOW WHEN BOOKING IN OR DELIVERING YOUR VEHICLE IF YOU WISH TO MAKE USE OF THIS OFFER - ONLY VALID IF THIS HAPPENS AS WE CANNOT AMEND BILL ONCE PRODUCED

Please click HERE to go straight to their website

Garfunkel's Restaurant - 20% MOD Discount

20% off total food bill - Show MOD 90 or Defence Discount Card in store

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

The Royal British Legion's Birmingham Memorial Walk

The Royal British Legion will be launching their EXCITING new venture on Wednesday 2nd November during Birmingham Poppy Day

A self-guided Booklet for the walk is available from their Pop In Centre at 87 New Street (by Victoria Square, Birmingham) & includes a list of the significant remembrance sites across the city that the walk takes in. There is a description of each site, simple directions and a double-page colour map.
The walk starts and finishes at The royal British Legion ‘Pop-In Centre’ situated at 87 New Street, in Birmingham City Centre.

The City has always had strong links with the Armed Forces - Birmingham men served aboard many of Nelson’s ships at Trafalgar and during the First world war 150,000 men from the City served in the armned forces of whom over 12,000 were killed. Birmingham has wealth of memorials that commemorate the men and women of Birmingham who proudly served their country.
The walk includes a list of places to visit, a brief description of what there is of interest, simple directions and for the younger walkers, a quiz sheet to complete if they wish?


Our objective is to provide visitors with an interesting self-guided walk around the city centre, visiting sites connected with Birmingham’s military heritage, and seeing the memorials to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

If you would like to be one of the first people to undertake the walk on launch day, please contact westmidlands@britishlegion.org.uk