History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1984

During 1984

The 3rd Enfield Junior Section marching for a Church Parade.


January

A Company Section information sheet sent out at the start of 1984.


Saturday 24th March
The London District Bugle Band competitions day takes place at the William Penn School.


April
The Company wins the Enfield Borough Youth Quiz competition.


Saturday 7th April
The Company wins the London District Two Section Drill competition for the ninth time.

Winners of the 1984 London District Two Section Drill competition: pictured are Chris Sanders, Robert Wilson and Martyn Stogden.


Saturday 5th May
Company Display: The Company puts on a display of old time drill. Several boys become the first to receive Duke of Edinburgh Awards, after the Company started the scheme during the session.


Saturday 12th May
The Royal Albert Hall Display takes place.


Thursday 17th May
The Company helps the elderly and disabled at the OBE ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral.


June
The Company wins the Battalion Athletics competition.


June

A letter about forthcoming Company Section events in June and July 1984.


Sunday 24th June

Company photo.

A photo of Harold Dye, 3rd Enfield Captain between 1931 and 1935, and Arthur Page.


Wednesday 11th July
The 3rd Enfield takes part in the London District Bugle Band at the Royal Tournament at Earl's Court.


Details of the London District Bugle Band's involvement at the Royal Tournament.


Saturday 28th July to Saturday 4th August
Summer Camp takes place in Rhossili, South Wales.


Camp orders.

Sports programme.


September

Company Handbook for the 1984-1985 session.


Sunday 28th October
Enfield Battalion holds a Founder's Day Parade in Hoddesdon.

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