Catford Bridge Football Club WW1 War Memorial

Warman Sports Trust Club
Barnet Wood Road

UKNIWM Ref: 11027

OS Map Ref: TQ 390 660, moved in 1958 when Catford Ground Sold

Type: Mahogany board with carved inscription at the top and bottom and painted names in the centre section. Names of those who died are in gold lettering and names of those who served are in red lettering.

The memorial hangs in the main hall and lists the 24 names of those who died in the First World War in gold lettering, while a further 98 names are listed as ‘also served’ in red lettering. The red lettering is now faded and difficult to read. The inscription is carved at the top and bottom of the board with the names in the center within a gold cross.

Catford Bridge Football Club
Rugby Union
1914 1918
Roll Of Honour

The Names Of Those Members Who Fell In The Service Of
Their Country (…)
God Save The King

The club house was opened on 29th September 1956 by William Warman President of the Catford Bridge RFC who appears to have greatly assisted with the purchase and move from Catford to Hayes. It is now shared by several sporting clubs/sections that together make up the Warman Trust.

Wars Commemorated: First World War:

Other References:
See Rason, Paul, Bromley War Memorials, Vol 4 Nov 1999 available at Bromley Local Studies Library, Central Library, High Street Bromley

Names: Click here for the names of those who died and served on this memorial

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