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Wednesday 1st June 2016


Band Notes - May 2016

As Bournemouth is one of the holiday hotspots of the UK, the Band find many opportunities every year to minister to a large number of people who may rarely hear the message of the Gospel. Whether it is from the Bandstand in Pinewalk on a Friday evening, or in Bournemouth Lower Gardens on a Sunday morning, our annual summer concert in the Christchurch Priory, or one of our outdoor "Songs of Praise" events we are very aware that we can never know who is listening and who really needs to hear our message just at that moment.

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Saturday 30th April 2016


Band Notes - April 2016

The April update is a brief one - having had a very busy end to March, this month was almost a holiday!  Apart from our regular support of worship at Boscombe Salvation Army, the Band's only engagement was on the cliff top providing the music for a ceremony to mark the Queen's 90th Birthday.

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Thursday 21st April 2016


HM Queen's 90th Birthday Beacon Ceremony

This evening the Band were privilieged to take part (at the invite of the town council) in the civic ceremony at Fisherman's Walk to mark the Queen's 90th Birthday.  The band played a selection of appropriate music - including, of course, Under Two Flags - either side of a short address by the Mayor of Bournemouth, Councillor John Huw Adams, JP.

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Friday 1st April 2016


Band Notes - March 2016

This is the first in what is intended to be a monthly series intended to capture anything newsworthy about the Band and its activities. We will continue to post reports on any special events here whilst on our Facebook page we will try and keep our "likers" informed of our upcoming events and to share pictures and videos.

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Sunday 27th March 2016


Easter Convention 2016

From the first quiet notes of Sir John Stainer's God So Loved The World to the final loud AMEN of Ralph Vaughan Williams' magnificent tune Randolph some seventy two hours later the Boscombe Easter Convention - 58th edition - was packed with moments that will live in the memory.

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