History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1926

During 1926
The Boys' Brigade amalgamates with The Boys' Life Brigade. As part of this, the BB's Boy Reserves merges with the BLB's Lifeboys, with the section becoming known as the Life Boys.

The Company wins the Founder's Cup. It also wins the Bugle Band competition for the first time.

Thursday 18th March
The Battalion Drill competition is held at the Territorial Drill Hall. The 1st wins the Colours with the 3rd second.

Tuesday 11th May
The Royal Albert Hall Display: The 1st Enfield wins the Daily Telegraph Shield at the Display, in front of the Prince of Wales and the Crown Prince of Japan.

Monday 24th May
Whit Monday Sports: The Company wins the Sports Cup by a 20 point margin.

Distin Cup finalists.

Sunday 1st August to Saturday 14th August
The Battalion Camp is held at Felixstowe. 200 Officers and boys attend the camp. The camp magazine is called the the Felixstowe Fizzband.

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