Sandbag is the group of British and Commonwealth ex-service personnel based in Singapore and the Region. 70 years ago following the surrender of Singapore, 50,000 captured Allied troops and civilians were marched 28km from central Singapore to Changi Prison in the east. In Remembrance, on Saturday 3rd November 2012, Sandbaggers and friends will Re-Trace this walk. Lest we forget.

In October, Jonathan and Kate Dodd were walking trying to raise some money for the Royal British Legion charity.. J. wrote on his facebook page; Going for a yomp tomorrow! All 28kms of it! Retracing the walk taken by 50,000 captured allied forces 70 years ago after the fall of Singapore. We are doing it to raise money for the Royal British Legion and Help for Heroes. Kate has set up a donate page for each so please sponsor our efforts, it’s gonna be hot and we’ve got 5 hours to walk it to get to Changi Chapel for a remembrance service. If you can spare a couple of quid it all helps and don’t forget to gift aid too. Cheers!

I saw on his page a picture he liked from ‘The Senior Service’ with two boats.. I do not know much about the ships; names, where was it and what they did… So I look for some help here so the story can be complete. I thought it will help if I can paint the dramatic scene and give it for Jonathan to auction and raise some more money, which he said he will do…Sandbaggers

Let Battle Commence

2 Replies to “Sandbaggers”

    1. Thank you Javed… I saw your beautiful sea and thought we need something more stormy and cold to suit the weather… -11c I think we will need to paint something with the sun in it.

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