Watch the encore from our last concert at Barrow Hill.
A great time had by all.
The band’s next public engagements are in the grand parade at Bakewell Carnival, on the afternoon of Saturday 2 July, then an evening concert at the Whitworth Institute, Daley Dale, at 7.30pm on Sunday 10 July.
Hope to see you there.
Pictures from today’s May Day Parade in Ashover, a bit chilly but at least the rain held off (for us).
You can next see the band at the Railale Beer Festival at the Barrow Hill Roundhouse on Saturday 21 May.
For the first time in living memory we actually saw the sun rise at the Easter Day service at The Fabrick on Sunday 27 March, something of a reward for the early start after the clocks went forward.
Thanks to all involved, especially the breakfast crew back at The Bassett Rooms.
We will be playing at The Fabrick (Ashover Rock) for the traditional Easter morning service at 6.30am on Sunday 27 March, a very uplifting event.
After that you can see the band at the Ashover May Day parade on Monday 2 May, here we are in all our glory from last year, about to set off up Church Street.
Ashover Brass Band is now preparing for their concert season with a mixture of new and favourite material that will delight audiences, we hope, throughout the summer months.
Check out our engagements page to find out where we are through the year.
We can also offer playing opportunities for all abilities, both in the main and training bands.
A striking resemblance has been noticed between the blazers worn by the South African rugby team at the recent world cup and Ashover Band; we must all play to our strengths I suppose!
Saturday 17 August 2014
The band was invited to play at the Golden Valley site of the Midland Railway Centre in Ripley to commemorate the restoration of carriage 04 of the Ashover Light Railway (ALR). This was a fitting and atmospheric day for us as the band had played at the opening of the ALR in 1925!
Many thanks to Cliff Thomas from the Railway Magazine and Alan Calladine and Paul from the Golden Valley Light Railway for the pictures together with all the wonderful enthusiasts at the railway centre for creating a unique day. Here’s a few pictures and a link to ‘youtube’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPZRa1sfwXA
Leading the parade to the showground
A guest conductor
Then some Morris Dancing!
You can next see the band at the Vintage Car Rally on the showground in Ashover on Sunday 27 July.