How to join the Brussels Branch

Brussels Branch welcomes new members!

There’s never been a better time to join.

The Brussels Branch celebrates its 100th anniversary on 17 May 2022.

Join us today and you can get involved in our Remembrance ceremonies, social events, fundraising and welfare work. As a member of the Brussels Branch, you’ll hear the latest news, events and stories. You will also receive a regular branch newsletter plus a copy of Legion, the official RBL magazine, six times a year.

Who can apply? 

Membership of the Brussels branch costs only €25 a year and is open to everyone. You don’t need to have a military background.

Membership is free if you are aged between 12 and 17.

As a member you can take an active role in all our branch activities and there are opportunities to serve on the Branch Committee, write for our website or train as a welfare case worker, looking after the needs of serving and ex-serving personnel and their families. 

How can I apply? 

If you have a Belgian bank account, please fill in the Membership Application Form. Once completed, saved and signed, please return the form via email to

Alternatively, you can send the form via post to:

Jean-Pierre Pede – Membership Secretary
The Royal British Legion - Brussels Branch
Rue Emile Steeno 12 B112
1160 Auderghem

Please do not enclose your membership fee. This is payable once your application has been processed and you join our Branch, or shortly after (max. two weeks). We will provide the details once we have received your application form.

If you hold a UK bank account and you pay tax in the UK, it may be advantageous for you and for the RBL to join online. In that case click on this link which will take you to the Royal British Legion membership page.

How do I renew my membership? 

Your membership is due for renewal each year on the anniversary of your joining date. You can renew via this link.

Can I make a one-off donation or gift?

Our support is a lifeline for thousands of serving and ex-serving personnel and their families. To make a one-off donation or gift, please click on:

All of your data is held in accordance with Royal British Legion policies and GDPR rules - If you have any questions, please contact the Branch Chair or Vice-Chair who will gladly answer them. Please note that becoming a member does not entitle you to become a Legion beneficiary. Beneficiaries are those who have served in the British Forces for a minimum of seven days, and their families. 


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