Taking part in the Royal British Legion Portland Festival of Remembrance at theDrill Hall and The Portland RBL Remembrance Service at the Portland Cenotaph
Wonderful Concert At All Saints Church Proms with an enthusiastic audience.
This was the last performance by Adam as Musical Director Adam has decided to resign.
We have so much to thank Adam for since he took up the reins again at the start of the year. He has worked tirelessly, not only to bring the band up to the standard that won us a place in the National Finals, but also in ensuring that we have had appropriate music, often revising parts at the last minute, to get us through the summer season. We send him into the future with our heartfelt thanks and our very best wishes.
Photos taken during the interval
Congratulations Shelley and George on the Birth of your beautiful Daughter
The Band wish her a Wonderful and Happy Life
WCB came 16th out of the finest 18 third section bands in the UK. Not quite our day, however it was a huge honour and achievement to represent the West of England today. The band thoroughly enjoyed their performance, and would like to thank everyone for their overwhelming support.
Performing for the cruise Ship Mein Schiff 3
The Easton Gardens Summer Fete held in the Hall and Church because of the disappointing weather
Michelle invites us back to her garden for a wonderful get together. Plenty of food and drink
A hot day at the beautiful Radipole Gardens
Cakes and Drinks provided during the interval
Playing at Portland Port for the cruise liner Seven Seas Explorer
A very hot day at Chickerell Steam Festival
Temperature 26 degrees. Drinks, ice cream, hats and sun cream helped.
In the cold
In the Sun
Weymouth Concert Brass first visit to Abbotsbury gardens this year playing at the Dorset food fair
Hatherleigh Silver, Weymouth Concert Brass and Bugle Silver book their final berths for September.
Remarks from Adjudicators
"I thoroughly enjoyed your performance. Well done!" "A really enjoyable performance"
A wonderful result for Adam and The Band
Summary of the day at the Festival. Due to the ice and snow on the previous days, we were the only musical group to attend. It was our good fortune that the due to the weather the adjudicator was Howard Evans who has adjudicated at many Brass band championships at the highest level After the performance he gave a master class in Contest piece preparation and brass technique. The constructive criticism which Howard provided gave everyone a lift; everything Howard pointed out made perfect sense and has raised our confidence for next Saturday immensely. We would like to offer heartfelt thanks for listening to us; for taking the time to talk us through the piece section by section, and for providing us individually with suggestions and guidance for the Contest
Howard listening to the test piece giving us valuable guidance