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Tendringbrass
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29/01/2018 10:02 pm  

Tendring Brass are pleased to announce that they will be performing a concert of great foot-tapping, well known pieces as part of their series "Tendring Brass on Tour in Tendringat St Osyth Village Hall, 3pm Sunday 25th February .

Come along for a great afternoons entertainment, sure to warm a winters day.

Tea/coffee and cake available in the interval !!!

Tickets (£5) available from St Osyth Butchers, Spring Road, or Dukes Bistro, Clacton Road St Osyth (from 1st February)

or by contacting the band on 0845 2500582 or 07963 645583


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Rogina
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25/02/2018 7:37 pm  

Just spent a wonderful afternoon at St Osyth Village Hall with Tendring Brass band. Good variety of songs, something to please everyone, young and old. Lovely to see young people from the age of 11 play with such confidence, as well as the older members of the band. We enjoyed it so much have bought and paid for tickets at Brightlingsea on 6th May. 


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jaywickian2017
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25/02/2018 11:07 pm  
Posted by: Rogina

Just spent a wonderful afternoon at St Osyth Village Hall with Tendring Brass band. Good variety of songs, something to please everyone, young and old. Lovely to see young people from the age of 11 play with such confidence, as well as the older members of the band. We enjoyed it so much have bought and paid for tickets at Brightlingsea on 6th May. 

 

And good for you too Rogina.. I like the sound of Brass bands, always have done, but, must admit to loving the carnival type bras bands, and bag pipe bands with thumping bass keeping it marching in pace..

I was once told a story of my  dads dad being conscripted into a scottish regiment in what must have been WW1? due to such fatalities they took on soldiers from elsewhere to fill in the short fall.. I dont know if this is true but might account for my scottish love of the bagpipes perhaps? 

would take far too long to explain why we retired 10 years early and moved here,
but never regretted doing either.


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Gail C
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25/02/2018 11:35 pm  

Amazing!!  Players from such a young age to ummm well mature age  - 80??!! Such dedication and a special mention for the kilted chap with the bagpipes as well as the other soloists!!  


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Rogina
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26/02/2018 8:46 am  
Posted by: Gail C

Amazing!!  Players from such a young age to ummm well mature age  - 80??!! Such dedication and a special mention for the kilted chap with the bagpipes as well as the other soloists!!  

Think this is the young man you mean. He has only just joined the band, and this was his first performance.  A wonderful finale, to such an enjoyable  afternoon. 


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Gail C
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26/02/2018 7:43 pm  

That's the one, Rogina!!!


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Rogina
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23/04/2018 9:23 pm  

Just to remind anyone who enjoyed the band at St Osyth this is their next venue. 

Our next concert/event

Tendring Brass on Tour – St. James Church, Victoria Place, Brightlingsea. Sunday 6 May 2018 at 3.00 p.m. Tickets now available – see poster for detail


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