Last night we celebrated our annual ROSL ARTS Garden Party which, despite the wet weather, had a lovely turn out. 

It was a great turnout as we welcomed the new exhibition ‘Moving Figures’ by Damian Callan to ROSL Edinburgh. 

A post-truth presidency or just “modern day presidential”? The next in our Evelyn Wrench Lecture Series will focus on one of the most divisive men in modern politics, Donald Trump. 

The origin of the Royal Over-Seas League logo dates back more than a century to the first issue of Overseas magazine in 1915. 

After the huge success of last summer's Shakespeare in the Garden, our acting troupe return at the start of September for Much Ado About Nothing.

Bournemouth branch Secretary, Gordon Irving, reports on the Queen's Birthday Garden Party and celebrating its twinning with the ROSL Tasmanian branch. 

...of Sofia Munoz, Assistant Front Office Manager 

Members gathered in the garden on Friday evening for our penultimate Indian Independence themed event – the summer wine tasting.

...Simon Alexander, Front Office Manager 

To mark the 100th anniversary since the Great War, every year between 2013 and 2018 the Royal Over-Seas League have organised a battlefield tour to France and Belgium to pay tribute to the people who lost their lives.