The winner of our latest 100 Club draw is Chris Robertson.
November has seen the band have another busy month beginning with the Remembrance Parade for Astley Bridge British Legion on Sunday 12th November. The band would like to extend its gratitude to the British Legion members and the local community of Astley Bridge for their generosity in fundraising for the band, and we are honoured to announce that we shall… Read more »
Following a creditable 13th place finish at the British Open Brass Band Championships held in the Birmingham Symphony Hall early in September, Wingates Band are now taking a break from competitions and spending the next few months concentrating on a busy concert season in a bid to raise much needed funds.
John Atkinson has won our lottery this time. Some of you will know John as our Soprano Cornet player. John has a lovely young family so no doubt they will have some ideas as to what to spend the money on!
Andy Dale was the lucky winner of our September lottery. Andy is a great friend and supporter of the band so we all hope he enjoys this little win. Thank you for your continued support, Andy.
It’s been a fantastic weekend in Birmingham returning to the British Open after an 18 year absence. The band qualified back in May at the Grandshield and yesterday finished 13th out of 18 – against 16 other British Elite bands plus the winners Valaisia.
Championship Section Brass Band, Wingates Band based in Westhoughton, is appealing to its local community, businesses, fellow bandsmen and brass band enthusiasts for financial assistance to maintain the history and traditions of brass band playing for over 140 years in the Bolton area. As they rapidly approach competing in the biggest brass band competition in the world on Saturday 9th… Read more »
Open rehearsal featuring the British Open Test piece – Fraternity 2nd September 2007
Congratulations to Pat Collins our July 100 winner.
The band are delighted to announce that further to the Clatterbridge Cancer Charity concert at St George’s Hall (24th June 2017) they are able to give a donation of £200 to Clatterbridge Cancer Care. A very special thanks is extended to Mr Steve Caunce for his very kind and generous support again this year. Thank you to everyone who attended… Read more »