Blue Knights England II LE MC

Ride with pride.

This page is dedicated to members of the Blue Knights who have passed on, but continue to ride with pride up in the Heavens. Rest in Peace.


John Toms

Chris Haverson

It is with deepest regret that I inform you of the recent passing of a new member to Blue Knights England II, Chris Haverson.

Chris joined in 2011 having recently got back in to riding after a 37 year break and was looking forward to attending many future events.

Chris was married for 32 years, ex HM Forces, ex Police Constable (Kent) and was in his 28th year in the Prison Service.

A sad loss, will surely be missed, ride with pride in Heaven 1.

Special thoughts go to Lesley and her two boys

Ride with Pride Chris



Message from Director Mike Underhill:

Leslie, Chris Haverson's wife has requested that her heart felt thanks be conveyed by Blue Knights England 2, in particular the six members who carried out the escort duty, they carried out the duty with the utmost respect and put over what real comaraderie is all about, she realised just what being a part of such a group is all about and why Chris wished to be part of it.

We also recieved thanks from the funeral director, who also commended us on a professional and well organised escort.

Tony Chaplin

Funeral FlowersIts with great sadness that I have to inform you that Tony Chaplin a founding member of  Blue Knights England 2 passed away on Sunday. Tony was an original inspiration to the chapter and was also responsible in the early days of helping to produce the first newsletter 'Dear Polly'. Tony was also responsible for creating the first England 2 website. Due to Tony's ill health he had to stop riding, but still continued to be an active member of the chapter where possible up until he resigned due to his health. Jack is in contact with Tony's son and full detail of the funeral arrangements will be published in due course.

Jamie- President Blue Knights England II

Tony  Joined BK England 2 in January 1993 and was one of the original members he was at our inaugural meeting in Brighton Police Station and was very active in the early years.  You may recall he was forced to resign due to failing health.  This seems to have dogged his entire life as he was forced to retire from Essex Police on 30/9/89 due to his ill health.

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