History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1994

Wednesday 9th February
The Company retains the Enfield Battalion First Aid trophy with the team of Sgt Kevin Cowan, Sgt Adam Gardner, Sgt Stephen Stokes and Cpl Daniel Layzell.


Thursday 10th February
Sgt Kevin Cowan obtains fourth place in the London District Solo Bugler competition.


Saturday 5th March
The London District Band competitions day takes place, where the 3rd Enfield wins the Challenge Bugle Team competition.


April
3rd Enfield Captain Andrew Mason marries Rachel Wakeford at Christ Church.


April
The Company retains the London District First Aid trophy with the team of Sgt Kevin Cowan, Sgt Adam Gardner, Sgt Stephen Stokes and Cpl Daniel Layzell.


Saturday 23rd April
The Company Display takes place at Chase Side School.


Saturday 30th April
The Company is represented at the national Royal Review by HM The Queen at Windsor Castle. Sgt Stephen Stokes takes part in the event, which marks the retirement of Lord Thurso as Brigade President.



August
The annual Summer Camp takes place near Studland Bay on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. Twenty-eight boys and Officers take part in a whole variety of activities throughout the week including all of the usual sports, games, swimming/beach parades and outings. The Company goes canoeing in Swanage harbour, climbing and abseiling off the cliffs at Dancing Ledge. The highlight is the aerial rope course in the forest next to the campsite. The cooking is provided by Steve Wakeford and Jeremy Waite. The 2nd Enfield used the campsite, followed by the 1st Wormley after the 3rd had finished.


October
Terry Silvey retires from BB work. Terry had served in both the 1st Enfield and 3rd Enfield Companies for many years. He took over the Captaincy of the 3rd Enfield from Bernard Barwick in 1978, and was Captain for 10 years. In recent years he contributed to the work of the Junior Section. His contribution to BB work was huge, and the Company excelled under his Christian leadership. Terry moved to support the efforts of the Junior Church and continued his elder work for the church.

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