History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1910

During 1910
The below pictures show BB Scouts from the 6th Enfield Boys' Brigade Company. Scouting was a BB activity from 1909 until 1927 when the Scout movement took off, and the BB had a Scouting uniform as shown in the pictures.


These pictures show Pte Gray (left) and Pte Wayling (right) of the 6th Enfield; the picture on the right clearly shows the BB Anchor on the belt and hat. At the time, the 6th Enfield was the closest Company in location to the 3rd Enfield, and was based at Trinity Church, which is now opposite Enfield Town Bus Station. Some 3rd Enfield Officers, including Mr Lindsay Blee, went to help run the 6th Enfield. The 6th Enfield closed after the First World War, as all of the Officers were sadly killed in action.


During 1910

The Bugle Band 1910-1911.


During 1910

Photos from the Cuffley picnic.


During 1910

1st Enfield Bible class.


During 1910

3rd Enfield gymnastics team 1910-1911.


April
The Company wins the Distin Football Cup.


Thursday 5th May
The 3rd wins the Daily Telegraph Shield again at the Royal Albert Hall. Result: 1st - 3rd Enfield (515), 2nd - 76th London (502 1/2).


Monday 16th May
The Whit Monday Inspection and Sports takes place.

1st Enfield 100 yards (under 16s).


Saturday 30th July to Sunday 7th August
The Summer Camp is held at Osea Island.


October
The 3rd Enfield gives a drill demonstration at the Brighton Dome, as winners of the Daily Telegraph Shield, in front of Lord Guthrie.

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