We have once again teamed up with The Royal British Legion to develop a range of Girlguiding and Remembrance Poppy badges.
This year, at a time when we have been spending more time at home, our Royal British Legion and Girlguiding range features golondrinas – or swallows – a name that was given to a new type of girl guide during the second world war who had arrived as refugee’s from Europe. The name was coined in the hope that these girl guides, much like the bird who visits in the summer before travelling back to mainland Europe for the rest of the year, would also be able to fly home in freedom.
The woven cloth badge also features our trefoil and the red poppy which is a registered trademark and can be worn around Remembrance Sunday or throughout the year as a symbol of hope and remembrance.
The metal badge also features our trefoil and the red poppy which is a registered trademark and can be worn around Remembrance Sunday or throughout the year as a symbol of hope and remembrance. The badge is supplied on a striking presentation card.
50% of the profits from the sale of this product will be paid to The Royal British Legion Trading Limited which gives its taxable profits to The Royal British Legion (Charity no. 219279) and Poppy Scotland (Scottish Charity no. SC014096). The other 50% of the profits will go to Girlguiding (Charity no. 306016).
Girlguiding and The Royal British Legion are proud to be working together to support the Armed Forces community and teach young girls about the importance of Remembrance.