History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1980

During 1980

The 3rd Enfield's Junior Section on parade with Officer Ken Ford, who was also a local ambulance driver who would give first aid classes to 3rd Enfield members.


Saturday 15th March
The semi-final of the Devonshire Cup takes place at the London College of Printing.


Saturday 29th March
The Company wins the London District Two Section Drill competition for the fourth year in a row.


Saturday 26th April
The Company Display is held at Chase Side Primary School.



Saturday 10th May
A new Devonshire Cup is presented to London District to replace the old cup, and is presented at the Royal Albert Hall.


July
The 3rd Enfield Bugle Band leads a parade from Christ Church to Enfield Baptist Church, then from there to Enfield Town Park to support an open air service held by local churches.


Saturday 26th July to Saturday 2nd August
Summer Camp takes place in Lamas, Norfolk.


Camp orders.


Saturday 30th August
The Company takes part in a special London District parade for the "First for Boys" Campaign. The parade takes place between the Jubilee Gardens and Horse Guards Parade.


September

The above photos show the combined 1st and 3rd Enfield Bugle Bands outside the old cinema in Southbury Road. The performance is to promote the BB film "First for Boys" campaign, which is being shown at the Saturday morning children's show at the cinema (for the record the event is a terrible disaster for us, no recruits, and when the band go on stage the kids in the audience just throw sweets as we try to play!).


November
Rev Roy Martin becomes 3rd Enfield Company Chaplain.


Sunday 9th November
The annual Remembrance Sunday Parade takes place.

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