History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1946

The Company wins the Battalion Ambulance competition.

Friday 3rd May to Saturday 4th May
The 3rd Enfield's Bugle Band wins a Band competition at the Royal Albert Hall Display.

Saturday 17th August to Saturday 24th August
The Company camps with the 1st Barnet at Whitecliffe Bay. The Company appears in the Portsmouth Evening News (23rd August - Raiding the Cookhouse).

Tuesday 8th October
Rev Ebenezer Rees retires as minister of Christ Church, after 30 years of service. Rev Leonard Towers succeeds him.

The Company wins the Squad Drill competition.

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