The Winners 2002: more... There have been over 150 contests of sorts during 2002, and we have the list of as many winners as we could find. See if your band won something in the last 12 months..... 29.12.02
Breathless Churchill Society The Churchill Society respond to 4BR about our article and support for Conelia Parkers "Breathless" work of art. date: 18.02.02
Now and Then David Read, one of our leading adjudicators gives his views on the banding scene of today and of yesteryear. date: 17.02.02
Wanabe a Conductor? Robert Childs, MD of BAYV Cory gives an insight into preparing a lower section test piece for the Regionals. date: 16.02.02
2002 Norwegian Championships Preview We take a a look at this years contest at the Greig Hall Bergen. Full details of all the bands, profiles, test pieces and own choices being played and of course our predictions. date: 07.02.02
Yeovil in Retrospect We take a retrospective look back at Mount Charles victory at the first big entertainment contest of the year, plus details of what all the bands played. date: 04.02.02
Yeovil Contest Preview The first big contest of the year takes place in Yeovil. We have all the details of the runners and riders, plus the usual dodgy prediction. date: 02.02.02
Tim Mutum's Long Player Reviews The leading brass band record collector reviews two of his favourite LP's (remember them?) from Mirrlees and Black Dyke, many moons ago date: 27.01.02
August 5 • Players and beginners of any standard are always warmly welcomed especially some more solo cornets and a spare percussionists to help out existing players. Feel free to drop in even if you just fancy a blow or want to try another instrument. After Covid!
July 26 • Due to relocation Crewe Brass require a top quality Bass player to complete our line up, Position negotiable withe the MD, Matt Pithers on 07921 062732. Enquires for other positions are welcome to apply in strict confidence.. .
July 20 • The Marple Band were promoted to 1st Section at the start of 2020. We are looking for Basses Eb and Bb, front row cornets and second row cornet to join our friendly band. If fancy a change of scene and think you have what it takes to play, see below.