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One former soldier has been sharing his experiences with ITV Granada correspondent Ashley Derricott.
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A former Royal Marine Commando from Merseyside was among the first to take part in a vigil marking the start of the Royal British Legion's annual fundraising campaign.
Pete Dunning from Wallasey, who lost both his legs when he was struck by a bomb in Afghanistan, was joined in his vigil, at the Cenotaph in central London, by pop star Joss Stone.
The watch was inspired by images of the repatriation of the Unknown Soldier in 1920, when guards kept a vigil at the coffin as a mark of respect.
I'm honoured to be a part of this historic event. The RBL is the nation's custodian of remembrance and this is a great way for anyone, whether they have served or not, to remember a loved one and celebrate our armed forces.
The support that the Legion has offered me since my accident has been great. They are helping me to live my life as best I can by making my day-to-day living easier.
The Royal British Legion is opening a 'pop in' shop in Manchester.
It will form part of a network of call in centres across the UK.
The Legion hopes that the shops will help make their services more accessible.
Former Royal Marine Pete Dunning from Wirral says why he is supporting this year's Poppy Appeal by the Royal British Legion.
A former solider from Wallasey who lost both legs in an explosion in Afghanistan says the Royal British Legion were crucial in helping his recovery.
He now has artificial legs and has had his house specially adapted.
The family of a marine who was killed on the front line will launch this year's poppy appeal in Buxton.
Marine Scott Taylor was died in an explosion in Afghanistan in 2010.
His brother, who is a serving marine is due to attend.