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We have been contacted by the family of retired officer Anthony William Redfern, better known as Tony, who wanted to let us know he passed away on Sunday (10 November).

His funeral will take place on 5 December at St Peter's Church in Whitfield near Dover in Kent. We have contact details for his family should anyone wish to get in touch - email

Those of you who worked with Sgt Redfern may remember him dealing with the Maidstone East rail crash back in 1993, amongst many other incidents.

Rest in peace, Tony.



1ST PRIZE      £1000.00    LOTTERY NUMBER      4107    C DIV WALES

2ND PRIZE     £500.00      LOTTERY NUMBER      1714    C DIV PENNINE EAST

3RD PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER     2354    B DIV EAST

4TH PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      3502    D DIV

5TH PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      3610   B DIV SOUTH


This was done today 17 October 2019. The results are as follows:-



2ND PRIZE     £500.00      LOTTERY NUMBER      4753     TFL

3RD PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER     1813    B DIVISION SOUTH

4TH PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      3318   A DIVISION

5TH PRIZE      £50.00        LOTTERY NUMBER      3888   B DIVISION SOUTH


The Chairman and Committee of the National Association for Retired British Transport Police Officers have now fixed the date for the 2020 Annual General Meeting.

This will be held on 18th March 2020 @ 12.30

 The Venue is a new one;...………..

Old Joint Pub & Theatre, 

4 Temple Row West,

Birmingham B2 5NY

B T Police Federation Lottery

During their time in service many members of NARBTPO would have been members of the Federation Lottery. Now, with the assistance of the Federation, we can now advise that the membership of the lottery is available for you to join.

The cost is £1 per number per week and you can have up to 5 numbers. The draw is held monthly with a bonus draw in December. The first and second prize are always £1000.00 and £500.00 respectively. Third to fifth prizes vary depending on the monthly membership and fluctuate between £50 to £70 per month. The remainder of the money is split between donation applications which must be for a Charity, Sporting or Cultural event. Members wishing to receive a donation for any of those events must make a written application to the BTP Federation.  The winning numbers will be provided to us on a monthly basis and will be published on our website. Application forms to join the Lottery are available on both the NARBTPO website ( along with the BTP Federation website ( .  Two forms are available to be downloaded and printed. The application form should be sent to the Federation Office at the address on the form. The Standing Order form should be sent to your bank or building society. The Federation will advise you of your numbers following confirmation of your payment.


The Lottery has been helpful in assisting the Association with donations for several years and this is your way to help the Lottery grow and succeed as well as hopefully pocketing some winnings yourself.  Should you have any concerns or enquiries regarding this new venture then please contact me by email ( and I will be pleased to assist you.



Application Form

This is a (tick as appropriate):


  New application   Change of entry Change of address


I apply to join the British Transport Police Federation Lottery and agree to abide by the rules of the scheme. I agree that the decision of the promoting panel should be final.


First names:                                                                               Surname:


Date of birth:                                                    


Home address:







Telephone number (home):                                              Mobile phone number:


Email address (personal):




I wish to purchase: 1   2   3   4   5   numbers per week and I authorise the amount of £_________                 (£1 per number) be deducted from my payroll per week until further notice.




Your information will be handled with care - view our privacy policy at

Please return form to:  Mark Marshallsay, B.T.P.F.  134 Thurlow Park Road, West Dulwich, London, SE21 8HN.





Fund code:                                                                             Amount:


Processed:                                    Signature:                                                                          Date:

If you cannot print the application form please contact Phil White via his E mail printed above.

Maxine Bromell has provided the following details for Trevor's funeral.
The funeral is at 2p.m. on Friday 27th September, 2019, held at Nuneaton Crematorium (Heart of England),   Eastboro Way,   Nuneaton,   Warwickshire CV11 6WZ
Dress code is what you are comfortable in - no deep mourning according to Maxine and she will not be in black.  Jeans will be fine.
Children are welcome.  Confirmation will be given later of the venue for a reception afterwards but will hopefully be at the Chase Hotel, about 6 or 7 minutes away.
In order to give an idea of numbers attending for catering purposes, please let Glyn Thomas know either by e-mail, or by mobile 07889 298768 and details will be passed on to Maxine Bromell.
A request has been made for the Force drape and helmet to be placed on the coffin.  Arrangements in hand.
Maxine sends her thanks to everyone for their support.

  • The following information has been received from Glyn Thomas.
    Retired PC 1073 Trevor Nigel Bromell, age unkown, who lived in Nuneaton, Warwickshire sadly passed away on Sunday 1st September, 2019, after a short illness. He died at Myton Hospice, Walsgrave, in the presence of his wife Maxine.  Trevor started with BTP at Birmingham in 1985 and served also at Coventry until retirement in 2010, re-joining as Part time for about 12 months.
    Trevor was a member of both NARBTPO (51000) and NARPO.
    Funeral arrangements in hand and will be advised in due course.

From the Chief Constables Office:-

Railway Workers WW1 Centenary Memorial Service at Southwark Cathedral London on 6th November 2019.

On 14 May 1919, in the presence of His Majesty King George V, over 7,000 railway people and families attended a service of remembrance in memory of the railwaymen of Great Britain and Ireland who died in the service of their country during WW1. Now, a century later, the railway industry of Britain and Ireland will come together again in a service at Southwark Cathedral, London, to remember those that fell in the "Great War". As well as remembering those that fell, we will celebrate our great industry as it is today, and look forward together.

You can register your interest in attending this service at

Many thanks for considering this.