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The origins of our Federation began within Essex over 100 years ago, created from informal congregations with various local clubs. After world war one the federation was officially born after gaining membership to the National Homing Union, or as we know it today the Royal Pigeon Racing Association. 

During the late 1920’s-1930’s the Federation grew from strength to strength. From the borders of Cambridge, Hertfordshire, and Suffolk, the Federation reached out to from the coast to the mainland covering a vast radius. Governed by the domestic rule book from the National Homing Union, this set president for the standards for all members to adhere to. 

In these early days, the Federation was split into sections. Various local clubs including Burham RPS, Chelmsford City FC Hadleigh, Laindon and Rayleigh District still exist today and still continue to consist of a large portion of the federation membership. The Cecil Jones Interclub Championship Shield was introduced in 1932 and won by the Southend RPS, This trophy still exists to date. 

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