History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1929

Thursday 28th February
The Company wins the Battalion Gymnastics competition.


Wednesday 13th March
The Enfield Battalion Drill competition is held at the Territorial Army Hall. The 3rd beats the 1st Enfield by 147 to 133 marks to win the Plowman Colours for the first time. This great victory for the 3rd is an important event for the Company. The judges are Captain Cave-Allen and Lieutenant F W Thatcher of the 1st London.


Tuesday 9th April
At the Guildhall, the 3rd Enfield gains third place in the Daily Telegraph Shield competition.


May
A local newspaper article on the early days of The Boys' Brigade is published.


Wednesday 1st May
The Royal Albert Hall Display: The 3rd Enfield provides an escort to the King's and Brigade Colours.

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Summer Camp 2019 in Norfolk

Added on 14th August 2019

From Tuesday 23rd to Saturday 27th July a group of young people and leaders from the 3rd and 10th Enfield travelled to Beeston Regis in Norfolk for our Summer Camp.
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Trip to Thorpe Park

Added on 17th July 2019

On Saturday 13th July Company Section and Senior members of the 3rd and 10th Enfield went for a day out at Thorpe Park.
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Summer Programme

Added on 17th July 2019

Over the last few weeks of term our Summer Programme took place on Monday evenings, where we went out and about to do some different activities away from the hall.
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Junior Section Weekend Camp

Added on 17th July 2019

From Friday 5th to Sunday 7th July members of the 3rd Enfield joined with others from Enfield Battalion as well as the 18th West Kent for a Junior Section Weekend Camp at Felden Lodge.
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