History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1936

The Company wins the Bergin Victory Cup for 1934-35.

Monday 20th January
King George V dies.

Mr Charles Chopping, as Secretary of the YMCA, encourages the boys to join the YMCA club.

Thursday 7th May
The Royal Albert Hall Display takes place.

Friday 14th August to Friday 28th August
The 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 10th Enfield Companies camp at Whitecliffe Bay. They enjoy paddocks, cricket, boxing, football and rambles. 29 boys and 3 Officers from the 3rd attend.

Tuesday 8th December
The 3rd wins the Battalion Squad Drill competition.

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