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Thurrock Marching Brass June 2016 Jack Petchey Award Winner

Thurrock Marching Brass is delighted to confirm that the June 2016 winner for the Jack Petchey Achievement Award goes to Demi Kiddell. Demi has been a long standing member and has excelled in all areas that she has participated. She is an extremely proficient young colourguard member and holds a British Championship Bronze Medal at […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Opens Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations

Thurrock Marching Brass marched their way to the front of the Ockendon Centre to join local residents and the nation in celebrating Her Majesty the Queen’s official 90th birthday on Sunday 12 June 2016. With the British weather deciding to bring heavy rainfall in the morning, the young marching band were given a light but […]

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Success For Liberty Drum Corps At Northampton Festival

This week at Liberty it was all about the music as the corps had entered the Northampton Festival of Performing Arts for the very first time. Thursday’s rehearsal was sponsored by Danish company, Logstor, who work in the energy sector…and their support certainly added some heat to our performance! Read the rest of the article […]

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Liberty Lead Off The Waendal International Walk

Liberty have had a busy week both rehearsing, and getting out to support our community. Our rehearsal this week was sponsored by Richard and Sharon Smith…..and their support meant that we could offer great tuition to our members as we prepare for the Northampton Festival of Performing Arts. Huge thanks to Richard and Sharon. Earlier […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Win Soundsport Silver

Thurrock Marching Brass travelled to the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire on Saturday 30 April 2016 to compete in what is being hailed as the future of indoor competition, the Drum Corps Europe (DCE) / Drum Corps International (DCI) sponsored Indoor Music Games and Soundsport. The young members of Thurrock Marching Brass entered the Soundsport […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Leads Scouts In St George’s Day Parade

Thurrock Marching Brass led the St George’s Day Scout Parade in Grays, Essex from Hathaway Academy to Blackshots. Getting into the community is really important for this young group and to perform such an important day and within our own borough was a special treat. The St George’s Day parade involves more than 1,000 members […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Pay Tribute To Queen Elizabeth II

On Thursday evening 21 April 2016 the young members of Thurrock Marching Brass lead a parade into the Coalhouse Fort in Tilbury with popular march tunes, and then joined forces with the Golden Voices choir as tributes to HRH Queen Elizabeth II were paid with the playing and singing of the National Anthem and a […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass April 2016 Jack Petchey Award Winner

Thurrock Marching Brass is delighted to confirm that the April 2016 winner for the Jack Petchey Achievement Award goes to Chloe Honour. Chloe has been an exceptional member since joining Thurrock Marching Brass a short while ago and has excelled in all areas of the Colourguard. Always bringing a positive attitude and a willing to […]

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Thurrock Marching Brass Supports Bobby Moore Fund For Cancer Relief

With clear skies and a brisk wind, the young members of Thurrock Marching Brass set themselves at the top of Wembley way to start a procession all the way to the Bobby Moore Statue situated at the Bobby Moore entrance of the world famous Wembley Stadium. Joined for the day by members from High Voltage […]

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Marching Band Activity United Kingdom Celebrates 3 Years

Marching Band Activity United Kingdom (MBAUK) is a refreshing new online area for anyone that loves music and marching to share positive stories and to share information about themselves, their past, or indeed about things they are aware of coming up in the world of music and marching throughout the United Kingdom that they feel […]

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