Please order by Monday 17th December to guarantee delivery in time for Christmas.
If you miss this deadline you can buy them in WHSmith High Street Stores and selected John Lewis and Timpson stores. To find out where click here.
Following the 2014 ceramic poppies at the Tower of London, which represented the 888,246 British and Commonwealth Service men and women who lost their lives in the First World War, this Tommy commemorates the centenary of the end of the 1914-1918 war and those who lost their lives.
We are honoured that each of the Tommies and their commemorative packaging are made by veterans employed by our manufacturing partner, Royal British Legion Industries (RBLI).
This 10”/25cm high Perspex® Acrylic Tommy figure of a World War One soldier will be delivered to you in beautiful commemorative packaging which is designed to fit through any standard letterbox.
If you would like to have the name of the person you wish to remember on the base of the statue, you can download this voucher and take it to any Timpson store throughout the UK.
All profits* from the sale of the Tommies will enable Remembered to support the following charities: The Royal Foundation, Walking With The Wounded, Combat Stress, Help for Heroes, The Commonwealth War Graves Foundation and Project Equinox: Housing Veterans.
Please note: Postage and packaging is an additional £3.00 for delivery throughout the UK in less than 2 weeks. This item will be delivered by Royal Mail and will fit through any standard letterbox.
*Remembered Trading Limited will donate the profits (less its costs) from the sale price of each Product to the following charities in equal proportion. The total payment donation to each of these charities is expected to be at least £[25,000]:
Help For Heroes (registered charity number 1120920)
The Royal Foundation (registered charity number 113048)
Walking With The Wounded (registered charity number 1153497)
Combat Stress (registered charity number 206002)
Project Equinox (registered charity number 1159116)
Commonwealth War Graves Foundation (registered charity number 1171947)