As this special anniversary year comes to a close we’d like to thank you all for your support and wish you all a “Merry Little Christmas”.
This year the band turns 40 and we’d like to celebrate by getting as many ex members of the band back for a special reunion concert.
If you played in the band and would like to recreate the excitement of being on stage then let us know.
Fill out the form and join us for what promises to be a great evening of entertainment, great laughs and rekindled friendships.
Don’t worry if you’re rusty, we plan to hold some rehearsals beforehand and the current band will also be playing alongside you.
If you’re interested then leave us your details on this form.
The band are always on the look out for new members, we play at a wide range of events and functions both locally and across the UK, why don’t you see where you will fit in? Look on our Join Us page for more information
Earlier this month the band had a day trip to Portsmouth to spend the day working with and looking around the Royal Marines School of Music. It was a great day and a great opportunity for the young people involved.
Although it was a long day with a very early start and an even later finish all the band members did themselves proud and were a credit to both themselves and the band.
The band gained promotion to the Traditional Youth Marching Band Association’s National Class following a successful performance at the National Finals on Sunday 25th October.
This is the first time the band has been in the National Class and it’s a great achievement for all the band members and the leadership team.
The band are now looking forward to a busy November and December with Remembrance Day parades, Performances at the Birmingham International Tattoo and various Christmas performances in the pipeline.
After a successful day at Manchester with the band picking up another first place in their class the band are looking forwards to the TYMBA National Finals at Fenton Manor on Sunday 25th October.
If all goes to plan the band will win the league and move up to the top flight once again with promotion to the TYMBA National Class.