Visit the Tribute Ink exhibition at the National Army Museum from 31st January to 17 April 2020.  Entry is free!

The National Army Museum is the leading authority on our Army and its impact on society, past and present. From the 1600s to the modern day, the Museum tells the story of our Army and the people who served in it.

The National Army Museum will be hosting a complementary events programme for Tribute Ink, for further information please visit their website.

Future locations for the exhibition are as follows:

  • York Army Museum: 30 June – 5 September 2020
  • Gloucester Cathedral: 8 September – 18 October 2020
  • Cardiff Castle Museum: 23 October – 9 November 2020

Tribute Ink will also be touring to military bases across the country in 2020 so keep an eye out for further information.

What is the Tribute Ink campaign?

The campaign explores the stories of bravery, comradeship, sacrifice and remembrance behind the tattoos of military personnel.

Got a story to tell about your tattoos?  How can you get involved?

Share your story and tattoo photographs either via the link on the Royal British Legion website;

The Royal British Legion will share stories uploaded to their website on their social media channels providing the social media ‘opt out’ box has not been selected.

Or by sharing some photos of your tattoos and the story behind them via your personal social media accounts tagging the ARU and RBL into the posts and using the #tributeink

Social Media accounts;

Army Rugby Union

Twitter: @armyrugbyunion

Instagram: @armyrugbyunion

Royal British Legion

Twitter: @PoppyLegion

Instagram: @royalbritishlegion

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