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The silver polish is going to run out quickly, as Poole Borough Band won not 1 but 4 trophies today. Thank you to our hosts, the Southern Counties Amateur Band Association, at the brass band contest in Crawley.
Poole Borough Band will literally be centre of attention at the Donkey Derby & Dog Show on Bank Holiday Monday. The band will be seated as usual, in the centre of the track whilst the donkeys race around. Enjoy the music, donkeys, dogs and stalls this weekend. The weather is … Continue reading
Poole Borough Band came 7th in the second section of the West Of England Area Contest – Second section – in Torquay at the weekend. Lots of nice comments about the musicality and interpretation. An improvement on last years result so well done band!
Poole Borough Band will be at St Marks Church in Talbot Village, later this month, to record the same piece we will play in the West of England Regional Championships 2017 in Torquay on March 11th, for our forthcoming CD.
Some pieces have already been recorded and this adds … Continue reading
A good time was had by all! Solos by Mick Gibbs and Richard Baczala. Singalong carols. Raffle. Christmas music all the way.
Thanks for coming and making it a wonderful evening!
10th December – 7.30pm
Canford Cliffs Village Hall, Ravine Road, Poole, BH13 7HT
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Poole borough Band was invited to play with St Peters Choir, and the choirs of both St Peters and Twynham Primary Schools, for a Night to Remember.We … Continue reading
A group from the band played at retirement ceremony of the City of Sheffield RNLI lifeboat. At 6pm that evening the band appeared in the television report and the music was used throughout the report. It is the last of the larger lifeboats to leave Poole and had saved over … Continue reading