Auriol Kensington Rowing Club
Between the two World Wars, Auriol rented the whole first floor of number 14 and Kensington took the second floor. After the Second World War, the Biffens went out of business and Auriol bought the whole of number 14 while Kensington stayed as their tenants. In 1981 the two clubs amalgamated and in 2004, the Victorian building that was 14 Lower Mall was rebuilt to suit the modern age. In 2012 Auriol Kensington abandoned rowing's historic amateur ethos and employed a professional coach. After 140 plus years, the club continues to move forward.