Tadley Concert Brass entertain Christmas shoppers
15 Dec 2001
Tadley Concert Brass Training Band, playing carols outside Budgens in Tadley
Tadley Concert Brass Training Band, playing carols outside Budgens in Tadley
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While in Tadley, Sir George listened to the Tadley Concert Brass Training Band playing carols outside Budgens.

"It was good to hear them playing carols, cheering up Tadley on a very cold day."

About Tadley Concert Brass

The Tadley Concert Brass is one of two local bands. The band is made up entirely of local players and has been in its current form for more than 25 years. Its roots can be traced back to the original band in Tadley over 100 years ago. They have a purpose built practice room that was recently completed on the grounds of Tadley Rugby Club. The main band practices on Monday evenings at 8pm. The Training Band practices on Saturday mornings for an hour at 9.30am. The Training Band are pleased to welcome anyone of any age who wishes to learn to play. Members of the main band help with tuition.

For more information on the band email ted.shann@btinternet.com or drop in to Tadley Instruments on Mulfords Hill (0118 9814308).

Main events for the remainder of this year are:
Tadley Concert Brass Social event at Tadley Rugby Club 12.30 on Sunday 16th December.
Carol Concert at Pamber Heath Hall, 19.30 on Tuesday 18th December.
Carols at the Ambassador Club, 20.00 on Thursday 20th December.
Carols outside Budgens (weather permitting) 18.45 Friday 21st December.
Carols at the Oracle, Reading with Millennium Brass (Tadley Concert Brass is on at around 10am) music all day Saturday 22 December.
Training Band are playing carols at The Grange nursing home, Sherbourne St John, 17.30 Saturday 22 December.
Main band is playing carols at the Anvil, Basingstoke approximately 21.00 on Saturday 22 December.
Crib Service at St Paul's Church, Tadley, at around 16.30 on Monday 24th December.

 
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