History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1912

During 1912
The Company wins the Battalion Football Shield.


During 1912
The 3rd Enfield provides the escort to the King's Colours and the Brigade Colours at their consecration at St Paul's Cathedral.


During 1912

1st Enfield football team 1912-1913.


During 1912

3rd Enfield football team 1912-1913. Charles Chopping is the Officer on the left hand side at the back. The team is seated in front of Christ Church.


During 1912

1st Enfield NCOs 1912-1913.


Wednesday 20th March
The Company wins the Battalion Colours competition.


Thursday 2nd May
The Royal Albert Hall Display: The Company is inspected by HRH Prince Arthur of Connaught and, in the Trooping of the Colour, marches past the Prince. The 62nd London beats the 3rd Enfield in the final of the Daily Telegraph Shield competition.


Monday 27th May
The Whit Monday Inspection and Sports takes place.


The two left hand photos show the parade starting at the Market Place in Enfield Town.

Sports pictures.

Groups of competitors.

The first aid post at the Whit Monday Inspection and Sports, responding to a mock incident.


Saturday 3rd August to Saturday 10th August
The Battalion Camp at Dymchurch: The weather is terrible but the 3rd wins the Camp Trophy.


Charles Chopping, as an Officer, is in the middle of this photo.

1st and 3rd Enfield at the Battalion Camp.

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