History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1950

During 1950

The Officers and NCOs.

The 3rd Enfield Company.

During 1950
Jack Hoskens takes over as Captain of the Company.

The 3rd Enfield Diamond Jubilee supper takes place at the Stedfast Hut, Parsonage Lane.

Friday 5th May to Saturday 6th May
The Royal Albert Hall Display takes place.

1st Enfield judo display.

Monday 29th May

Sir Stanley Smith, the son of the founder of The Boys' Brigade, reviewing the boys at the Whit Monday Parade and Sports in Enfield Town Park.

The Summer Camp with the 1st Barnet takes place at Whitecliffe Bay.

Thursday 16th November
Over 1000 old boys of the 3rd Enfield attend the Company's Diamond Jubilee dinner and reunion at the Foresters Hall, Chase Side. Mr J H Plume, one of the first members of the 3rd, is present.

Standing (left to right): Bill Hutchings, Mrs Pollard, Mr Lloyd, Mrs Lloyd, Jack Hoskens, Mrs Blackburn, Mr Blackburn, Mr Briggs, (unknown person). Sitting (left to right): Mrs Chopping, Captain Bob Pinner, Mrs Towers, Chas Chopping, Mrs Pinner, Rev Towers (Company Chaplain).

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