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BAWA Club Sports and Leisure Pavilion

BAWA Club Sports and Leisure Pavilion

G1844. This was originally known as the British Aerospace Welfare Association Sports and Social Club, but now known simply as the BAWA Club. Many games of cricket and football were played here by the staff of Bristol Aeroplane Company and local community groups. The caretaker 'Jim' used to live in the flat up on the third floor. The changing rooms were on the lower floor, and in the basements were kept the grass cutting equipment. On the second floor were the pavillion rooms. Notice the clock tower stating the time of 4:20 pm. Then during the early 1990's it was pulled down and replaced by a completely new building.
PublisherRolls-Royce plc
ContributorRolls-Royce plc
Creatorcorporatename - Rolls-Royce Limited
Datecreation - circa 1960's
TypePhotographic prints - Black and White
Formatdimension.W - 245 mm
dimension.H - 190 mm
IdentifierA3669/A
SourceRolls-Royce plc
LanguageEN
Relation
CoverageLocation.Creation Site - Filton
period - circa 1960's
RightsBristol Aeroplane Company/Rolls-Royce