About History 1920's By the end of 1921, 510 men had been admitted to Enham and 366 had been discharged - 80% of whom were fit to take up employment or industrial training. In 1922, The King and Queen, accompanied by HRH the Duke of York, visited Enham. The Village Centres Council had a number of high-profile patrons from 1923 onwards including HRHs the King and Queen, Her Majesty Queen Alexandra, HRH Princess Mary, Viscountess Lascelles, Field Marshal HRH the Duke of Connaught, and HRH Princess Alice. The Landale Wilson Institute was completed in Spring 1926, which is still used today. The building was given to Enham by Mr and Mrs. D. Landale Wilson in commemoration of their silver wedding anniversary. On 29th June 1926, the Prince of Wales visited Enham Alamein and gave a speech to the local people in the village.