Support the 3rd Enfield

Find out more about how you can support the work of the 3rd Enfield Boys' Brigade...

In its nearly 130 years of existence the 3rd Enfield has provided a range of activities and unforgettable experiences to hundreds of boys in the local area. Any support you can give is greatly appreciated as it will help us to sustain and grow our work for the years to come.

Former members

If you are a former member of the 3rd Enfield, you'll know all about what we can offer.

We would love to build up contact with anyone who has ever been a part of the Company so please send us an email at info@3rdenfieldbb.co.uk so we can keep you up to date with what we're getting up to!

Donate

If you feel able to support the 3rd Enfield financially, please visit our Virgin Money Giving page where you can either make a single donation or set up regular monthly donations of your chosen amount.

If you are a UK taxpayer your donation is eligible for Gift Aid, which means we receive an extra 25p for every £1 you donate.

If you'd prefer to make a physical donation please send it to 3rd Enfield Boys' Brigade, Christ Church United Reformed Church, Chase Side, EN2 6NJ. Cheques can be made payable to "3rd Enfield Boys' Brigade".

If you are interested in donating in memory of someone, please email us at info@3rdenfieldbb.co.uk or write to us at the address above.

easyfundraising

You can support the 3rd Enfield by shopping online. Just use easyfundraising to shop with around 4,000 retailers including Argos, John Lewis, M&S, eBay, Debenhams, Topshop and loads more, and every time you shop you'll raise a free donation for the 3rd Enfield!

To find out more check out our easyfundraising page.

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Latest news

Zoom Quiz Night

As we can't hold our usual annual Quiz Night in person this year, we're inviting you to join us for a Zoom Quiz Night on Saturday 23rd January!
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Christmas at the 3rd

Following the November lockdown we were able to meet face-to-face once again on Monday 7th December, which was also our final meeting of 2020.
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Remembrance with a difference

Despite the unusual circumstances, we were able to get involved in Remembrance activities to commemorate those who gave their lives in conflict.
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Returning to face-to-face activities

Although we have had to do things slightly differently, it has been great to get back to face-to-face meetings over the last few weeks.
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