Supporting our local community

Blakeney Harbour Room Community

Blakeney Cley & District Royal Legion has occupied its present site in Blakeney for nearly 100 years. Established to support services personnel in our community it’s continued to do that long into the 20th century. Today the needs of service personnel are different and there aren’t as many of them. We have devised contemporary support for our services communities around the country which can also support our local community and emergency services too.

Community Respite Breaks and Away Days

We are arranging respite breaks and away days for both Armed Services and Emergency Services personnel. This can include accommodation and activities.

Combating loneliness and isolation through Online Arts Support Programmes

Poetry provides a space to be heard and to listen to others, finding solace and kinship with one another. It requires communities and encourages often neglected conversation.

A new Harbour Community Room

The new Harbour Room Community Room provides a small discrete space that can be booked for business meetings and community uses. For larger meetings and training sessions the Harbour Room events hall is available.

The Wheelyboat

On 22nd April 2022 Poppy, Norfolk’s first wheelchair accessible powerboat  was officially launched by the Countess of Leicester, Poppy set sail for the first time from the heart of her new home, Blakeney Quay.

Poppy is a specially designed ferry boat that is designed for wheelchairs,. The vessel is available to the Armed Services community as well as for passengers with a wide range of disabilities in the wider community.

Trips are tailor made to meet the needs of customers and thier carers. Further details can be found at

RBL Branch Community Support

Using RBL Training to identify needs in the Forces Community. Exclusively for RBL Beneficiaries.