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Sunday 7th October 2012

 

Farewell to our Solo Horn

A bittersweet day for the band as we said farewell to our solo horn player - Barney Lawrence - who is off to Toronto to take up a new job and become a member of a new Corps. Barney contributed to the morning meeting with Len Ballantine's lovely solo His Eye is On the Sparrow. We shall miss Barney - but we wish him well and hope that his adventure in Canada is a great success

 

Saturday 29th September 2012

 

Visit to Portland

The Band travelled to Portland to play a concert in the Underhill Methodist Church. An appreciative crowd enjoyed the programme which included our first performance of Paul Lovatt-Cooper's Fire in the Blood

 

Sunday 23rd September 2012

 

Sunday Concert

The Band's Sunday Concert was received very well by a good crowd on Sunday evening. This was first programme for the band in the autumn season and it was an opportunity to showcase some of the band's soloists.

We also welcomed Alicia Begley into the 1st Cornet section - we hope that she will enjoy her service with the Band.

 

Thursday 6th September 2012

 

The End of Summer

The end of the summer season for the band was at the divisional welcome to new officers and farewell to candidates. We said farewell to Luke Reading who has been playing with the band for almost a year and no goes with our best wished to the Training College. We were also, of course, welcoming our new officers to the Division.

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Monday 16th April 2012

 

Still Celebrating Easter

The cross was still at the centre of worship yesterday at Boscombe - adorned by a prayer chain created by our youngsters it provided a focal point for our worship on the Sunday after Easter. The contribution of the Band to the Holiness Meeting of Dean Goffin's The Road to Emmaus was most both appropriate and appreciated.

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