History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1966

During 1966

3rd Enfield Life Boys (predecessor to Junior Section).

During 1966
The Life Boys becomes a full part of the BB and becomes known as the Junior Section.

The Company wins all three Gymnastics competitions.

Enfield Battalion becomes London Football champions.

Tuesday 22nd March
Charles Chopping dies at the age of 82. For 72 years he was associated with the 3rd Enfield and he was Captain three times.

Friday 6th May
The Royal Albert Hall Display: The Company loses to the 73rd London by seven points in the final of the Devonshire Cup. The test piece is Carronvale.

Devonshire Cup final against the 73rd London Company.

Summer Camp takes place in Oxwich Bay.

Friday 18th November
Rev Ebenezer Rees dies two days before his 97th birthday.

The new Boys' Brigade headquarters in Parsons Green is opened.

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