History - Year by year

Company history for the year 2001

January
The 3rd Enfield buys a new football kit from Prostar with money donated by Cakeboards, David Burrowes and Martin Matthew & Co, for the Company to use in the various BB football competitions.


Thursday 15th February
James Mason, the third child of Andrew and Rachel Mason, is born.


April
The 3rd Enfield's Junior football team does the double by winning the Battalion Cup and League competitions. The League is won as part of a joint team with the 10th Enfield, while the Cup is shared with the 1st Barnet after the two teams draw in the final.


Sunday 1st April
The Enfield Battalion Church Parade takes place at the 11th Enfield's home church, Totteridge Road Baptist Church.


Monday 30th April
The annual Display and Presentation Evening takes place at the Church Hall.


Thursday 17th May
Pte Steven Peck and Pte Daniel Farrant win the Battalion's Two Smart Recruits competition for the 3rd Enfield.


Saturday 11th August to Saturday 18th August
With the 3rd Enfield unable to run a solo Summer Camp, the Company is invited to join the 10th Enfield Company on its camp in Beeston Regis, near Sheringham in Norfolk. This invitation is taken up by Ptes Tom Boorman, Rob Gardner and Wayne Turner from the 3rd Enfield.


Sunday 11th November
The annual Remembrance Sunday Parade, including Enfield Battalion, is held through Enfield Town with a service on Chase Green.


December
Mr Andrew Mason stands down from his post as Captain of the 3rd Enfield Company, after having held the post for 13 years since 1988.

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