Trevor Baylis, inventor of the wind-up clock, started his National Service as a physical training instructor at 20, during which time he swam for both the army and Imperial Services. Afterwards, he took a job with Purley Pools. His swimming skills enabled him to demonstrate the pools and drew the crowds at shows, and this […]
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