History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1969

During 1969
The Battalion Church Parade takes place.

Saturday 1st March
The 3rd Enfield excels at the Battalion Display and Drill competition at Kingsmead School. The Company wins the Battalion Colours, beating the 1st Enfield by 172 1/2 points to 162 1/2 points. The Company also gives a band item called "Band Agogo".

The winning 3rd Enfield Company, with Captain Ron Langhorn on the far left hand side.


The Company in the Church Hall with the London District Two Section Drill trophy.

Saturday 10th May
The Company wins the London District Two Section Drill competition in the last final to be held at the Royal Albert Hall Display. This is the first London Drill competition the Company has won for 26 years. The Company defeats the 13th Ealing Company in the final by 1 point (137 to 136), and also gives a modern beat bugle item called "Band Agogo"; it receives a standing ovation on the Saturday evening. The Company also takes part in the finale to each performance.

The Company's Summer Camp survives two storms and strong winds at Swanage. The damage is reported by ITN and in the national press.

A sponsored silence is held by the 3rd Enfield to raise money for Company funds.

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Easter at the 3rd Enfield

Added on 4th April 2019

On Monday 1st April We held our final Monday evening meeting before the Easter holidays.
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North London Zone Hare & Hounds fun race

Added on 4th April 2019

On Saturday 30th March the Hare & Hounds fun race took place at Grovelands Park in Winchmore Hill.
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North London Zone Inter Battalion Laser Quest competition

Added on 4th April 2019

On Wednesday 27th March members of the 3rd Enfield joined with others from Enfield Battalion to take part in the North London Zone Inter Battalion Laser Quest competition.
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Enfield Battalion Church Parade and Explore activity afternoon

Added on 27th March 2019

On Sunday 24th March the annual Enfield Battalion Church Parade took place at Ponders End United Reformed Church (12th Enfield HQ), followed by an Explore activity afternoon for all age groups.
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