History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1953 - Year of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II

Friday 1st May to Saturday 2nd May
The Duke of Edinburgh attends the Royal Albert Hall Display.

Frank Head receiving the Daily Telegraph Shield from Prince Phillip. At this time Frank was the Captain of the 1st New Barnet Company, and under his direction had become one of the top drill Companies in London District, competing against the 1st Enfield. Frank was Captain of the 3rd Enfield from 1935 to 1945, seeing the Company through the war years. They also did well in drill, winning the Daily Telegraph Shield in 1940 and 1943.

The 3rd Enfield is one of half a dozen Companies that helps with accommodation for the coronation celebrations.

The Summer Camp takes place.

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North London Athletics competition

Added on 19th June 2019

On Saturday 15th June around 90 young people from across North London took part in the Athletics competition at Lee Valley Athletics Centre.
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Unite 2019

Added on 6th June 2019

From Friday 24th to Monday 27th May a group of boys from the 3rd Enfield joined with around 280 young people and leaders from across England and Wales for Unite at Felden Lodge.
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3rd Enfield Annual Awards Evening

Added on 6th June 2019

On Monday 20th May we held our Annual Awards Evening in the hall at Christ Church.
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Trip to Chessington World of Adventures

Added on 6th June 2019

On Saturday 18th May members of the 3rd Enfield's Anchors and Juniors were part of a group of around 50 people from around North London who went on a trip to Chessington World of Adventures.
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