Join the Hepworth band for a Halloween tea party concert—inspired by Harry Potter and other spooky characters, promoted as part of the band’s series of family friendly events, with special prizes for the best children’s fancy dress.
The event takes place at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Queen Elizabeth Grammar School (QEGS), Wakefield on Sunday October 29 at 4.30pm. Tickets £10.00 adults, £5.00 children available from the band on 07885 251454 or online from Brass Bands England.
Note that the start time for this concert has been put back to 4.30pm.
The Band has a vacancy for a solo EEb player.
The Band is based near Holmfirth and rehearses Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Contact the band’s MD Leigh Baker on 07979 696687.
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The Band was formed in the village of Hepworth, near Holmfirth, in 1882, making it one of the oldest brass bands in the country. Today, it competes in the Championship Section, making it one of the best bands in the UK.
It has had a proud contesting tradition since its founding, and in recent years, has won a string of prestigious prizes. At the same time, it runs its own concert series every year, supports local charities and other events, including the famous Hepworth Feast, and appears at other venues across the U.K. throughout the year.
The Band relies on generous donations from a number of companies, both national and local, for its continued existence. Since the beginning it has also relied heavily on subscriptions raised from local people, and this tradition continues today.
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