P.C. Arthur Childs
Boxer Extraordinaire
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Our latest article is the fascinating story of P.C. Arthur Childs who served in the BPS from 1935-1950 during which time he established himself as a superb boxer who fought successfully against overseas opponents in front of packed audiences at No. 1 Shed.  He was also an outstanding marksman for the Police  Shooting Team, and his story is full of surprises, not least of which is that his wife Winnie is still with us at the aged of 104.  

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