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THE work of the British Logion itself, and J- the merits of Earl Haig 's Appeal Fund. need no description ; they are too well known to everybody in this country. What is perhaps not generally realized is that the whole of the poppies sold on Poppy Day are made by disabled men throughout the year in the British Legion Poppy Factory, which employs now nearly 2000 men, whose average disability is 67 per cent. The new factory that has just been established at Richmond is situated in an old brewery adjoining Cardigan House, which is being turned into flats for the men working in the factory, whilst tho stables have been converted into a reading and recreation room, and will he used as a club. A new range of flats and cottages is also to be erected as fast as the money available will allow, and the first stone of these will be laid by the Prince of Wales on Tuesday this week. Any such expansion of the scope of the factory will, of course, extend the benefits of the Legion's work to a wider number of disabled men.
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2LO London, 7 November 1926 20.55

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