The Solihull Branch of the Royal British Legion was formed in 1926, its first President being Brigadier General Sir Walter Ludlow. It met in a wooden hut opposite what is now The House of Fraser.
In common with all the other growing number of Branches throughout the Country it soon discovered that by being a registered charity, it was not allowed to sell alcoholic beverages. However if a Club was formed that would be acceptable; and so in due course the Club was formed. Initially the Club was in the same wooden hut but eventually moved in 1968 to the purpose built Club House at the top of Union Road.
Today there are approximately 550 members who enjoy the social and sports facilities of the Club but are mindful of the help and support needs of ex-service people, and their relatives from all the previous and existing conflicts the UK has been and is involved in.
Monday - Thursday:
11:00 - 23:45
Friday - Saturday:
11:00 - 00:15
12:00 - 15:45