History - Year by year

Company history for the year 1981

Sunday 18th January
A 90th anniversary thanksgiving service takes place at Christ Church.

Tuesday 27th January
A special Old Boys Band night takes place at Lavender School.

Thursday 29th January
The Company celebrates its 90th anniversary of registration.

Saturday 21st March
The London District Bugle Band competitions day takes place at the London College of Printing, Elephant and Castle.

Sunday 29th March

The 3rd Enfield Bugle Band in the Christ Church Hall.

Saturday 4th April
The Company wins the London District Two Section Drill competition for the fifth time in a row.

Saturday 4th April
An Enfield Battalion Junior Section Display takes place at Mandeville School in Edmonton.

Saturday 25th April
The Company Display is held at Enfield Chace Lower School.

Friday 8th May to Saturday 9th May
The Company provides a Guard of Honour down the stairway to the main arena as London District Two Section Drill champions at the Royal Albert Hall Display.

Wednesday 29th July
A street party takes place in Gordon Hill to celebrate the Royal Wedding of Diana and Charles, at which the 3rd Enfield Bugle Band performs.

The 3rd Enfield Summer Camp takes place at Criccieth, North Wales.

From left to right: the tents of Graham King, Andrew Mason, Stephen Hussey, David Evans and Andrew Cromar.

The Company.

NCOs: left to right - Martyn Stogden, Alan Head, Robert Wilson, Graham King, Andrew Mason, Stephen Hussey, David Evans, Phillip Gregory, Andrew Cromar, Glen Hosford.

Officers: left to right - John Collinson, Michael Over, Terry Silvey, Peter Wakeford, Robert Tovey, Andrew Barnes.

The trip up to the top of Snowden.

The final moments of the camp.

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