Come along to the 55th Annual Brass Band Festival!
Published in Events on 2013-09-03 by Empty Chairs
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On Sep 7th 2013, at Dronfield Sports Centre
North East Derbyshire District Council will be hosting its 55th Annual Brass Band Festival on Saturday, 7th September at Dronfield Sports Centre.
This year, Matlock Band, Shirebrook Miners' Welfare Band and the Ireland Colliery (Chesterfield) Band will be playing for prize money donated by our sponsors: Apollo, Galliford Try, Gary Fletcher Surfacing, Peak Edge Hotel, Pulse Fitness, and WM Lee whilst competing for the first prize; The Hallworth Challenge Trophy.
The Council's Leader, Councillor Graham Baxter said "We are very grateful for the support showed by all our sponsors, it brings residents of North East Derbyshire together, young and old, for yet another enjoyable evening, I hope you will be able to join me celebrate our 55th Annual Festival."
The Chair of North East Derbyshire District Council, Councillor Ken Savidge, warmly invites you to attend this fun filled evening of toe tapping entertainment.
As Chair of the Council, he has the opportunity to raise funds for a very worthwhile cause, and has chosen the The Children's Hospital Charity.
Councillor Savidge said “There are many worthy charities, but my wife and I chose this charity because a couple of years ago our youngest granddaughter was admitted to the hospital based in Sheffield and, treated there.
?"We were so impressed by the hard work and level of care received, that we want to raise money for them."
Councillor Savidge hopes this years Appeal will help raise awareness and encourage others in the District to help this very worthy cause.
Throughout the evening, there will be an opportunity to win some fabulous prizes and raise money for this fantastic charity.
There will be an intermission after the second band has performed.
Admission is £4.50 and £3.50 for senior citizens, which can be obtained by telephoning Claire Shacklady (01246) 217003.
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