To mark Remembrance Sunday and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One, British Rowing encouraged rowing clubs to take part in Blades of Remembrance.
So on Sunday at 11 am, 100 years after the end of World War 1, members of the junior, senior and masters squads paid their respects to those who died by standing in front of our club and displaying club blades for club members who lost their lives to war and to say Thank You to all those who have served, sacrificed and changed the world.
Afterwards, Club President, Miriam Luke, read out the names of the five members who lost their lives in the conflict.
Lieutenant George Chalcraft W. Yorks. Rgt. DOW 5th May 1915
Major Valentine Fleming MP DSO Q.O.O.H. KIA 20th May 1917
R.S.M. Arthur Collier Q.O.O.H Died 1st June 1917
Sergeant William A S Baylis Q.O.O.H KIA 5th July 1917
Private Sidney Victor Lock R. Warwick Rgt. KIA 26th October 1917