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Merry Christmas

Posted by on Dec 29, 2020 in Latest News | Comments Off on Merry Christmas

Well it’s been the strangest year the band has ever experienced, not one concert or performance carried out all year thanks to the pandemic. However, the band has managed to keep things going by producing several online productions and we’ve tried to keep in touch with each other by holding weekly zoom meetings/quiz nights on Thursday’s which would normally be our rehearsal nights. We were also able to send Ryan and Kelly, two of our cornet players to Lincoln Castle on Remembrance Sunday to play The Last Post on the castle wall. If you’ve missed our online...

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The Band and Coronavirus

Posted by on Jul 23, 2020 in Latest News | Comments Off on The Band and Coronavirus

With the current government restrictions in place we have unfortunately been unable to meet to rehearse since March, we have found ourselves cancelling or postponing all of our engagements/booking this year up to now. Everyone is frustrated with the current situation and nobody expected the restrictions to go on this long. We would just like to assure our followers that as soon as it’s declared safe for us to be back together we will be, stronger than ever.

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Coronavirus Outbreak

Posted by on Mar 23, 2020 in Latest News | Comments Off on Coronavirus Outbreak

It is with deep regret that along with many other bands and organisations worldwide that we have to postpone or cancel some of our upcoming engagements and concerts. We are planning up to Easter at this time but this may extend further upon government advice. Please keep checking our concerts and engagements page of this website for up to date information on all our bookings. We wish you well in this worrying time and we are all praying that these troubled times pass quickly.

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Ypres and The Menin Gate Commemorations – Belgium

Posted by on Nov 14, 2019 in Latest News | Comments Off on Ypres and The Menin Gate Commemorations – Belgium

The Band is all back safe and sound from our trip to Ypres over the Remembrance period. We were extremely humbled by the occasion but at the same time immensely proud to have the opportunity to perform at such an event. For everyone in the band, this has been a trip that we will never forget! Our thanks to all of the friends of the band who came and helped us out both musically and logistically, we could not have done it without you! Thanks also to the Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service Ceremonial Unit for inviting us to the event and for their support in helping us prepare for the...

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Firefighters Memorial Parade – London

Posted by on May 10, 2019 in Latest News | Comments Off on Firefighters Memorial Parade – London

The band was present in London on Sunday and took part in the annual Firefighters Memorial Parade around St Paul’s Cathedral area of the capital. This year LFRCB was the lead band but we had help from our friends from Devon & Somerset Fire & Rescue Ceremonial Unit, The West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service Band and The Band of The West Midlands Fire Service. The large massed band formed up at the Firefighters Memorial outside St Paul’s Cathedral marching off playing Lincolnshire Poacher. We progressed through the streets leading the parade to St Sepulchre’s...

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December, Christmas and the German visit

Posted by on Dec 19, 2018 in Latest News | Comments Off on December, Christmas and the German visit

From Remembrance weekend in November up to Christmas is always the busiest time for the band and this year has certainly been no exception! We’ve had several Christmas engagements, one of which we supplied music for numerous school choirs as well as playing our own arrangements of many Christmas pieces in Lincoln Cathedral for The LIVES Charity Christmas Concert. We also provided music for Saxilby Christmas Lights Switch On, entertained St Boltophs Church, Saxilby at their Christmas concert, Provided music for Lincoln Inner Wheel Christmas Dinner, Played Carols and other music for...

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