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The Kwai Challenge Kicks off this Monday 5 November

The Kwai Challenge Kicks off this Monday 5 November when former US Marine Frank Desomer starts the Challenge from Sangkhla Buri South of Three Pagodas Pass, this was the home of “F” Force made up of Australian and British POWs, 60% died in Eight Months.

Frank will Run and Cycle for Seven days wherever possible following the route of the Death Railway, the Motorbike Clubs leave the same location at 05.30 am on 11 November Joining Frank at the River Kwai for the Remembrance Service.

You can follow the Challenge on our Blog at http://rblthailand.com/blog.html

You can donate at http://rblthailand.com/the-kwai-challenge.html

Every bit helps so If you cant get to a Poppy Box please donate, many thanks to those who have already donated via our website, from as far away as Afghanistan and Iraq, well done Lads.

09 Nov 2012:

Pattaya Bikers join Remembrance Day Services alongside British Legion

Over 40 Bikers left Pattaya this morning, after meeting in Soi Siam Country Club Road to begin their charity ride to Kantchanburi for Remembrance day

Organised By the Royal British legion in Pattaya, the “Gang” met for breakfast, amid a cluster of gleaming heavy machinery, before splitting into two groups for the ride which will take them on local roads only to Kanchanaburi, via Bangkok where they will meet others who are taking part.

The fund raising ride is a new addition to the series of events organised by the legion to raise funds for Thai and international charities, as Westerners remember the fallen from the wars.

On Sunday, the bikers will join hundreds of others who attend services in Kanchanaburi, Home of the legendary Bridge over the Kwai , held to remember those who have lost their lives through war. The Sunday ride will be alongside people from all nations and include one man who is walking the journey from the border to Kanchanaburi as a marathon to raise funds

The Service will be attended by dignitaries including the British Ambassador and possibly William Hague, along with many top representatives of the Thai Nation.

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Activities 2018
  • Wed 14th Feb Valentine Buffet at 2GetherBar & Restaurant.
  • Wed 04th Apr Dinner at “My Kitchen”.
  • Mon 28th May 10:00 hrs Memorial Day service at the foreign cemetary with the VFW.
  • Sat 9th June Committee meeting.
  • Sun 11th Nov Remembrance Service.
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