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Marching Band Activity United Kingdom Continues To Grow

Marching Band Activity United Kingdom continues to grow in followers. Launched in May 2013 as an Voluntary Independent Information and News Network has seen thousands of connections between hundreds of Bands and Musicians Sharing Information and good news from across the Activity.

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Busy Times At Liberty

It’s been a busy Spring at Liberty…..we’ve led off the Waendal International Walk, played “When the Saints go marching in” a gazillion times at Northampton Saints Rugby Union matches, have opened a local school fete, have had our first Summer show camp and some of our 6th formers/college students have given 3 presentations at local […]

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Young Brass Players – Come And Experience Liberty

Liberty are recruiting young brass players of all standards to take part in our 2015 Summer show – PROTEST! We rehearse on Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoons, have 3 camps a year and travel around the UK competing on Summer weekends in football and athletic stadiums. It’ll be like nothing you have ever done before! […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Announce 2015 Program

Thurrock Marching Brass is pleased to announce their 2015 Summer Corps show entitled “Leo”. This program follows the journey of young cub Leo as he grows into Lion-hood with all the challenges that brings, as well as the fun and laughter along the way too, with music arranged by World Record holding composer and arranger, […]

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UK Marching Band Alliance

For the first time, the leaders of Britain’s major marching band organisations have come together to talk about their groups and look at where they have common ground going forward. During the meeting in Burton-on-Trent; BYBA, TYMBA and DCUK outlined to each other the backgrounds of their associations, talked about their recent successes and also […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Celebrate Jack Petchey Award Winner

Thurrock Marching Brass are delighted to confirm that the November winner for the Jack Petchey Achievement Award goes to Kelsea Mepham. Kelsea has been with us since the first night of our re-launch in October 2010 and has been an integral part both the marching band, where she has played Baritone and front line tuned […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Scoop Top Awards At BYBA I&E

Eighteen young members of Thurrock Marching Brass travelled to Staffordshire on Sunday 23 November 2014 to compete in multiple categories and against other competitors from across the UK in the British Youth Band Association Individuals & Ensembles competition and brought home seven Gold, six Silver, one Bronze plus three of the guard performers scored high […]

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Liberty Host Local Competition

On Sunday September 14th some of the UK’s top youth marching bands came to Rushden, Northamptonshire for the ‘Drums at the Diamonds’ contest. Liberty Drum Corps and Liberty Juniors hosted this competition, with it being a very enjoyable day! Both bands did us very proud, with Liberty Juniors placing 1st place in the Cadet class […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Board Strengthened With New Appointment

It gives me great pleasure to confirm that Steve Hall has been appointed as a full Trustee and will sit on the board of Thurrock Marching Brass. Steve was formally appointed on 24 March and will serve for the next three years. For those that do not know Steve, he has a long and rich […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass In St George’s Day Parade

Thurrock Marching Brass were given the honour of leading the St George’s Day Scout & Guide Parade which started at Hathaway Academy and concluded at the Blackshots Playing Fields in Grays, Essex. This was the first time that a marching band had led the parade which involves more than 1,000 members from all areas of […]

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