History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1893

A Battalion parade is held on Easter Monday, and after drill they play football, tug of war etc. until 7:00pm. In the evening a lantern slide show is held.

The first issue of the magazine of the 3rd Enfield is published, called "Union Jack", and is four pages long.

Monday 22nd May
The Whit Monday Parade: The first ever inter-Company competition is held. This is for sport and a handsome silver cup is presented by Mr W H Brown to the Companies. The 3rd is the first winner of the Cup.

The first camp is held at Burnham-on-Crouch. Twenty boys from the Company attend the camp.

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