The Catford Cycling Club was formed on April 12th 1886. By 1897 it was probably the foremost track racing club in Britain with branches in Paris, Bristol, Cardiff and Nottingham; a membership of 434 and a banked cement track in Sportsbank Street Catford said to be the fastest in Europe.
Technically not a memorial but the two volume History of the Catford Cycling Club contains the following names of members who died in both World Wars:
1st World War
Publication: E.J. Southcott, 1939, First Fifty Years of the Catford Cycling Club, LHAC Ref: 796.6 CAT
2nd World War
Those Who Served (120 Members Of The Cycling Club Served)
Missing Presumed Dead
Leading Stoker F. Butcher H.M. Submarine “Grampus”
Sergeant /Pilot A.E. Dean Royal Air Force
Killed In Action
Killed On Active Service
Publication: R.A Reynolds, 1989, The Second 50 years of The Catford Cycling Club, LHAC Ref: 796.6 CAT
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