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The Band was founded in 1974 from the original Town Band.
We are a friendly and active community based concert wind band attracting a diverse membership of all ages and experiences throughout East Grinstead area and beyond.
We are proud to represent the town of East Grinstead performing regularly throughout the South East at concert halls, bandstands, fetes and town squares. We are honoured to have agreement that the East Grinstead Town Mayor is our President, this person changing every year thus offering new ideas and support to our activities in the town.
We also play under the banner of the Bluebell Railway Band, performing at Horsted Keynes and Sheffield Park Railway Stations including various special events such as the Seaside and Steam Weekends and the annual Carol Service.
The Band has on occasion been on tour abroad. In 2014, we played in Belgium, including performing at the Menin Gate Last Post Ceremony in Ypres, as well as concerts in the market squares of Ypres and Bruges. The Band has just returned from a trip to the Rhine Valley in Germany.
Visit Horsham Park for its wide open spaces, tranquil Sensory Garden and Human Nature Garden, buzzing sports clubs and activity centres, and its excellent children’s play area.
Perfect for picnics, barbecues and feeding the ducks, Horsham Park is the best place in town to relax on a sunny afternoon. Head for the Conservatory Café when you fancy an ice cream, and enjoy live music from the bandstand.
Horsham Park is open all day every day. Admission is free.
There are three car parks at Horsham Park: North Parade, Hurst Road (Pavilions Leisure Centre) and North Street. These are shown on the map above.
Horsham Park is also an easy walk from Horsham town centre car parks.
The Conservatory Café by the Podium and picnic benches serves hot and cold food and drinks and has toilets.
There is a Changing Places fully accessible toilet in the Pavilions in the Park leisure centre.
Horsham Park has two beautiful landscapes gardens to explore. Park House Garden is a tranquil sensory garden designed with the disabled and visually impaired in mind. The Human Nature Garden is a lovely educational garden illustrating the link between plants and people in their everyday lives. The Garden was created by Horsham in Bloom and funded by the Big Lottery.
There are lots of picnic benches beside the Podium, perfectly positioned to enjoy the live music and children's entertainment performances.
Barbecues are permitted in Horsham Park and there is plenty of space to spread out. Please ensure your barbecue is not placed directly on the grass, to avoid scorching, and that all food and other rubbish is cleared away afterwards. Please also ensure that the barbecue has cooled before placing it in the bins or removing from site.