History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1922

During 1922
Typical programmes of events for the week:
Sunday - Bible Class
Monday - Club Rooms and Signalling
Wednesday - Drill
Thursday - Band, Ambulance, YPS
Friday - Gymnasium
Saturday - Football
Subscriptions:
Boys at school - 1d per week
Boys at work - 2d per week
Corporals and Sergeants - 3d per week
Headquarters: The British Hall, Chase Side (which is now the Moon Under Water!)


Wednesday 18th January
The 1st, 2nd and 3rd Enfield entertain Mr Stanley Smith, son of the Founder of The Boys' Brigade at the Enfield assembly rooms. Items such as drill, band, gymnastics and physical exercises are shown. Also present are Sir James Devonshire, Martin Jenkins, Mr T Plowman Snr, Mr D Plowman and Mr L R Plowman.


Wednesday 15th March
The 3rd Enfield loses its first Battalion Colours competition since 1905. The 1st Enfield beats the 3rd by 353 to 334 points at the Enfield Drill Hall.


Wednesday 3rd May
The Royal Albert Hall Display: The Company gives a display of pyramids.


Saturday 5th August to Saturday 12th August
The Enfield Battalion Camp takes place at Old Hall Farm, Felixstowe. Also present is the 1st New Barnet Company. The camp consists of 230 boys, 14 Officers and 7 cook staff.

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Easter at the 3rd Enfield

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On Monday 1st April We held our final Monday evening meeting before the Easter holidays.
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North London Zone Hare & Hounds fun race

Added on 4th April 2019

On Saturday 30th March the Hare & Hounds fun race took place at Grovelands Park in Winchmore Hill.
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North London Zone Inter Battalion Laser Quest competition

Added on 4th April 2019

On Wednesday 27th March members of the 3rd Enfield joined with others from Enfield Battalion to take part in the North London Zone Inter Battalion Laser Quest competition.
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Enfield Battalion Church Parade and Explore activity afternoon

Added on 27th March 2019

On Sunday 24th March the annual Enfield Battalion Church Parade took place at Ponders End United Reformed Church (12th Enfield HQ), followed by an Explore activity afternoon for all age groups.
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