History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1995

March
The Company wins the Battalion Colours competition. It also wins the Battalion Squad Drill competition and goes through to the final in London at the 10th London headquarters.


Saturday 1st April
The London District Devonshire Cup competition takes place, in which the 3rd is runner up. The competition is part of the London District Band competitions day, judged by Reg Moss and Sid Byford.



August
The annual Summer Camp takes place at Studland Bay in Dorset. The boys take part in the usual activities, as well as the aerial rope course, canoeing, cliff climbing and abseiling, entire rifle shooting and archery.


August
The Company holds a weekend camp for boys in the Company and Junior Sections, who take part in sailing, canoeing and dragon boat racing. A challenge race against the local Scouts sees a convincing 3-0 victory for the 3rd Enfield.


September
The Company starts new activities including martial arts, snorkelling and sub aqua diving.


September
Peter Wakeford becomes Officer in Charge of the Junior Section.


November
The Company wins the Battalion Swimming Shield at Southgate Swimming Pool. The Junior boys (James Howard, David Arnold, David Tozer and Adam Arnold) perform exceptionally well and win the Junior event overall. All boys are in a winning race, including the relay, breast stroke (James Howard) and freestyle (David Arnold). David Spence wins the Senior backstroke and Jonathan Arnold wins the Intermediate freestyle.

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