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Black Country Brass Band

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Ironbridge Gorge Brass Band Festival

Ironbridge, Shropshire

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Description

Friendly 4th section band, Black Country Brass Band, has existed for over 47 years. It is very active throughout the area, and can be heard giving concerts at a variety of venues including local parks through the summer months.

Black Country Brass is proud to remain a very social band, and under its musical director, Alwyn Manley, who has been an ever present influence for over 20 years, it is still nurturing young talent. Alongside the more experienced players the younger players are able to gain valuable experience.

Remembrance Sunday features high on the bands’ list of annual events, when it marches and supplies the supporting music for the large parade around the Gornal area, and it also plays at the West Bromwich Town Hall and Wolverhampton Civic Hall evening Remembrance Services.

The band is grateful for the support of the Lower Gornal Royal British Legion Club where it practises once a week every Thursday from 8.00 – 9.30pm.

Description

Saturday 21st July : 10am - 5pm & Sunday 22nd July : 10am - 6.30pm

he popular Ironbridge Gorge Brass Band Festival will take place on The Green at the Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron. Now in its 15th year, the free family event showcases some of the finest brass bands from Shropshire and the surrounding counties.

With some 20 bands performing, it’s the largest, non-competitive brass band festival in the country.

Performances begin at 10am on both days and continue until 5pm on Saturday and 6.30pm on Sunday. Bar drinks and light refreshments will be available to purchase.

Coalbrook Museum Of Iron, Coach Road,

Ironbridge,

Shropshire,

England,

TF8 7DQ.

ParkingChild FriendlyFood Served

Free Admission

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