The Brockton Pavilion (or Brockton Clubhouse) is the clubhouse for cricket and rugby players in Stanley Park. It is a member's only building.
history: first built in 1927, renovated in 1984.
This lovely wooden plaque is located on the outside of the Brockton Pavilion. The plaque says:
1939 - 1945
In Proud and Happy Memory
Vancouver Cricketers who Paid the Supremem Sacrifice
J. Clouthier, D. Hood, W. Maitland, R. Slee, W. Tudhope, C.A.B. Wallace, S. Rose, J.D. SheelShear
R.M. Reid, R.R. MacFarlane, M.C. Mackenzie, J.F. Blair, P. Cocks, G. Coles, E. Dunell, R. Turner
R. McGregor, Bud O'Hara, G. O'Hara, A. Salt, E.G.K. Bullen, H. Bardon, M. Crehan, C. McG.Fernie
R.C. Meredity, A.L. Robinson, D. Loughnan, R. Kendall, M. Collins, G. Swenson, M. Callaway, D. Hasken
This small plaque is located on the outside of the Brockton Pavilion. The plaque says:
David Hugh Brockington
Rugbyman & Architect
He designed the restoration of this pavilion in 1983, for the enjoyment of his community.
The Brockton Pavilion is located between the Brockton Point cricket fields and the Brockton Oval at Brockton Point. The King Edward VII tree is the large tree right next to the pavilion.
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