First formed in 1895 we have a long and successful history and can boast the title of the oldest surviving Village band in Kent. The band can be seen at a range of events and venues across the South East and are available for Concert Performances, weddings and community events.
The band is a friendly, non-contesting 4th Section band and would warmly welcome new members on any instrument. We currently have vacancies in the Bass section.
Practices are held on a Thursday in the modern Village Hall in East Peckham from 8 – 10pm and afterwards members sometimes retire to the local pub to quench their thirst.
The band consists of beginners through to professional musicians and support and tuition is provided to all.
We also have a junior band which is a fun opportunity for young brass players to experience and practise ensemble brass playing and is suitable for players aged around 8-15 and approx grade 2-6 on any brass instrument.
A series of sheltered gardens along the cliff top promenade built during the late-19th-century. The gardens were designed by Joseph Cheal and Sons and include many decorative features including a bandstand, clock tower and Anglo-Indian style shelter.
Whilst every effort goes into ensuring this gig listing is accurate and up to date, always check with the venue before you travel.