Traditional Youth Marching Bands from across the UK to mark 100 years since the end of WW1 at a special event in Rugby
Talented, young musicians from across the country will commemorate the 100 years since the end of the First World War, during a special event in Rugby.
The Traditional Youth Marching Bands Association (TYMBA) are holding their annual National Championships at Lawrence Sheriff School in the town on Sunday 14th October 2018.
In partnership with the Rugby Rotary (Satellite Club) the event will finish with a Beating Retreat finale, including a Sunset ceremony as part of the commemorations.
Date: Sunday 14th October 2018
Venue: The Lawrence Sheriff School, Clifton Rd, Rugby, CV21 3AG
11:45 – The Marching Band of St Gregory’s
11:58 – Spen Valley Scout and Guide Band
12:11 – Stone Scout and Guide Band
12:24 – Grafton District Scout Band
12:45 – Chesham All Girls Band
13:00 – Haverettes All Girls Marching Band
13:15 – Biggleswade Sea Cadet Band
13:30 – Warwickshire and West Midlands ACF Corps Of Drums
13:50 – 10th Leicester 1st Syston Scout and Guide Band
14:05 – 3rd Davyhulme Scout and Guide Band
14:20 – Alderley District Scout Band
This will then be followed by the final Muster and Beating Retreat