History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1908 - Semi-Jubilee of The Boys' Brigade

During 1908

3rd Enfield Company with rifles.

3rd Enfield Officers and boys.

3rd Enfield Gymnastics Team.

3rd Enfield Drum and Fife Band.


During 1908
The Company is represented at the Semi-Jubilee Review at Queen's Park.


During 1908
The Company suffers the effects of the influenza virus amongst its boys.


March
The 3rd Enfield wins the Battalion Colours competition.


April
The Company fails to get into the Daily Telegraph Shield competition finals.


Monday 25th May
The founder of the 1st Enfield, Dr John James Ridge, passes away.


Friday 31st July to Friday 7th August
The Summer Camp takes place at Osea Island.


Tent C.

Tent D.

1st Enfield Company.


Tuesday 15th December
A parents and friends meeting is held.

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