Mayor and Deputy Mayor
The Mayor's Charity Appeal
The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal
The Royal British Legion was formed on the 15 May 1921 gaining it's "Royal" status in 1971 its purpose then and still is to help those who have suffered as a result of service in the British Armed Forces.
The Royal British Legion provides lifelong support for The Armed Forces community - serving men and women, veterans and their families. We run six Legion Care Centres, providing long term nursing and personal care, four of the homes also provide dedicated dementia care.
Help is provided for those suffering from homelessness, addiction, debt management, and help with work placements.
Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind
Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind is a long-established, forward-thinking provider of support to people with mental health problems and dementia. We have our roots in the London Borough of Bromley, which continues to be home to our widest range of services, supporting several thousand Bromley residents every year.
We exist to work alongside people with mental health problems and dementia to improve their quality of life. Our services in Bromley, through which we do this, include:
- Mental Health Services, including person-centered support, employment support and peer support. We also deliver a wide range of courses through our Recovery College and specialist support for pregnant women and new mothers.
- MindCare Dementia Services for people with dementia and their family carers, such as the post diagnosis Bromley Dementia Support Hub, specialist Dementia Support Centres and Respite care at home.
- Projects to help build people’s Resilience and Wellbeing.
- Training to improve understanding of the experience of people with mental health problems and dementia.