Come along a listen to the band play in the delightful Euston Gardens in front of the North Euston Hotel in Fleetwood.
Times to be confirmed please come back soon for more information
Want to know more about the Euston Gardens? click on the More Information link below
Back by popular demand, The Band will be on Parade again at Wrea Green Field Day, followed by a concert on the green Free Entrance
Back for a 3rd year running, come and celebrate with the Friends of Hawthorne Park, Hawthorne Road, Thornton and listen to the Band in Concert. Free Entrance.
Come and see the band in the Bispham Gala procession, starting at the Gala field on All Hallows Road, the band can be seen and heard through the village as the procession makes its way to the promenade and back around to the sports field.
Have yourself a day out to this quintessential seaside activity, set in the grounds of Happy Mount Park the band will be entertaining the crowds at this very popular event, get there early for a good seat.
Come and enjoy the delights of Lancashire’s finest food producers whilst being entertained by the band, a lovely day out and all you can eat, and its free to enter!
The band will be playing at the remembrance Sunday service in St Andrews Church, Cleveleys, to commemorate 100 years since the end of the first world war.
Times to be confirmed so please check back regularly
The More Info link connects to the British Legion website with lots of information about this occasion. Please don’t forget to donate to the British Legion and support the troops and their families who are still fighting at home and overseas. Thank You.
The band can be seen proudly leading the procession at the Thornton Cleveleys remembrance Sunday parade.
For More information on the British Legion click on the following Link
Come and hear the band playing seasonal music at the ever popular Christmas Food Festival.
Plenty of stores and stands to look at and buy artisan products from, lots taster samples and of course the hot and cold food stands where you can re-enact the over-feed feeling of Christmas day by stuffing yourself silly whilst singing along with the band. Ho Ho Ho.