Sporting Gallery 1

Four Women Police Constables from the National Filling Factory (Quedgeley). Taken at the prize giving during the National Filling Factory Sports Day on June 23rd 1917. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 109)
Cheltenham Chronicle and Gloucester Graphic
Front cover of Gloucestershire Police sports meeting programme. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1329)
Hand-drawn cartoon of Gloucester Police Sports 11.9.1920 Cheltenham v Forest tug-of-war final. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 96)
Copy of cartoon Gloucestershire Police sports showing tug-o-war. F Division v G Division. 1921. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1330)
Gloucestershire Police sports day 29 August 1925. Police Constable J.S Clarke winning the one mile bicycle handicap in full uniform. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 2621)
Gloucestershire Constabulary football team - H. Division 1922/3. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 119)
Cheltenham Police Rugby team in benefit match for the unemployed, 1923 - shows Police Constable F.F. Taylor in back row sixth from left. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 566)
Police Swimming Gala 1930. Third from right Police Constable Ernest W. Slade Cheltenham wearing silk pyjamas and bridesmaids hat. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1116)
Police tug of war team 1930, Police Constable 126 Tom Pittaway fourth from the left. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 1467)
Gloucestershire Constabulary Sports day 1933 showing group of officers including W. Hart in fancy dress. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 899)
W. Hart running in 100 yards sprint final (for officers over 15 years service) 1934. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 895)
Gloucester Police versus Gloucester City Football Team in aid of Lord Lieutenant's fund at Gloucester City Ground Horton Road. Back row: B. Bascombe, D. Parsons, G. Saunders, J .Drennan, M. Mills, Front Row: W Tilling, S. Hiron, B. Gwilliam, R. Parker, H. Pennington, V Batstone, R Miller, W James 1940. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 144)
No 11 Area Civil Defence Darts League winners 1942-1943. Nine unnamed officers senior officer believed to be Superintendent A.H. Carter. Constable 152 thought to be Thomas William Clarke. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 147)
Filton Police Shooting Team 1943. Dick Parker, Police Constable E. (Ted) Day, Police Sergeant H. Tredwell, Inspector W. Hart, Special Constable Hudson, Special Inspector Hood. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 845)
Back row left to right D West, unknown, D Button, unknown, C Willetts, H Gould, Richard (Dick) Tibbots. Front row left to right Edgar Day, Superintendent Statham, P Blake. (Gloucestershire Police Archives URN 608)
This page was added on 13/06/2016.

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  • The Tug of War team with baby mascot was taken about 1951 the baby is Ann and her father on the far left back row is Peter Blake G112, Dad was stationed in Gloucester.

    By Susan Johnson (ne Blake) (02/01/2017)
  • Kingswood Police football team match

    Front Row 4th from left is Doug Hardiman.

    There is no one between Jones and Crouch so unknown can be removed.

    By Keith Jones (08/11/2016)
  • The player to the left of Gordon Hewitt is Andy Whittle. Left the service early believe he emigrated to Australia.

    By Colin Manton (05/11/2016)
  • Gloucestershire Constabulary Bowls team.

    Roly Jenkins is in fact.

    Rowley WILLETTS, 87 years, who died on Monday 29 August 2016. He retired as an Inspector from Staple Hill Process Unit then remained in a civilian support capacity in the ASU at Staple Hill.

    By Keith Jones (04/11/2016)
  • Kings wood Football team, unknown player back row, second from left is PC Brian Page. National Cross Countrychampionship photo person named Gerry McGraw is actually Gerry McGarr.

    By Colin Manton (03/11/2016)
  • Bamfurlong Motor Patrol Football team 1979: The player on the extreme left back row is Keith Buggins not Trevor Jones.

    By Colin Manton (01/11/2016)
  • Thank you for your comment, not sure how that one slipped through the net.

    By Sue Webb (03/11/2016)
  • The Photograph of the Bamfurlong football team has one person named incorrectly. I think that the person named as Peter Seville is actually his brother Terry Seville.

    By A. G. Hampton (17/09/2016)

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