LBB say thanks!

Hot on the heels of LBB’s wonderful performance at last Sunday’s Nationals competition I just felt now was the right time to say a few thank yous. Firstly, a huge thanks to the committee. It’s no mean feat organising three bands, three performances and three MD’s, but somehow you do it, year after year. Thanks for all the support and the hard work you put in to raise the money to get us there. Secondly, to the wonderful team of tutors I am lucky to work with. Derek, Charlotte, Julian and Chris truly work miracles with the children and the results are clear to see. I enjoy working with you more »

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National Youth Brass Band Championships of Great Britain

  The annual National Youth Brass Band Championships of Great Britain was a roaring success for the young Lions as the Youth Band secured second place. The success didn’t stop there as the Beginner Band were awarded a certificate of merit and the Junior Band a silver award – a top result in a category containing 12 bands! It was all change for the competition this year as the venue moved to Warwick Arts Centre in order to avoid a clash with the East holidays. Brass Bands England chairman Mike Kilroy told audiences the competition could well stay put next year as well. Junior Section A section containing 12 bands more »

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New CD Preview!

The Youth Band’s latest CD ‘Carnival’ will be available towards the end of April however, if you can’t wait until then we have included some sneaky little previews below. Enjoy! If you wish to pre-order the CD will cost £7 each or if you require it to be sent via post there will be a charge of £8 (inc. post and packaging). Cheques made payable to Lions Youth Brass and please send to Jane Stubbs at 20 Beech Grove, Sandbach, Cheshire CW11 4JW. Each youth band member will receive a copy, free of charge. Prismatic Light Say You Say Me – Featuring Natasha Brett Sweet Gingerbread Man Over The Rainbow more »

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Race Night!

Saddle up and get yourself down to Haslington Cricket Club for the Race Night on Saturday, April 14. The event will help raise vital funds for the organisation with just over a week to go before everyone heads to Warwick for the National Youth Brass Band Championships of Great Britain 2018. With more than 200 players a trip to the Nationals costs the organisation around £3,000 each year. To help offset some of the costs and to have a good social get together Lions Youth Brass is holding the race night. The event is open to everyone but under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. There will be a more »

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