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On Sunday 24th June Trentham Brass played for the Open Air Memorial Service at Carmountside Crematorium. Well played Trentham Brass Band! Suffice to say that all your efforts under such high temperatures brought comments of praise and satisfaction from many people attending including the local authority representatives who asked us […]

Memorial Service at Carmountside


On Saturday 16th June Trentham Brass returned to St Luke’s Church, Clayton. The audience thoroughly enjoyed the wide variety of music chosen.  The solos and features were particularly well received. ‘Bright Eyes’ – What an amazing back row cornet section! ‘Another Fine Mess’ – on trombones? So comical! ‘Rusalka’s Song to […]

Concert at St. Luke’s Church, Clayton


Trentham Brass Band didn’t let rain interfere with play on Friday when they took part in the Whit Friday marches. All 11 venues in Tameside were covered in a record time. Sadly no prizes but an enjoyable time had by all.

Whit Friday 2018



Trentham Brass Band had a fabulous evening on Saturday 21st April, when they took part in the City of Stoke on Trent Male Voice Choirs’ concert  – ‘The Last All Clear’. 30 players entertained a packed house at Longton Central Hall with music from 100 years ago,  including ‘Tiger Rag’ […]

The Last All Clear



Yesterday was a very special day for our amazing MD Mike Caveney, who was presented with an award for 60 years service to the Brass Band Movement at the Midlands Area Contest in Bedworth. We were only 1 year late (Sorry!). Apparently Mike played his first concert sixty-one years ago […]

60 years and still going strong!







Trentham Brass enjoyed taking part in the annual Lancer’s Dinner, playing a varied selection of music including a duet of post horns, and also a vocal arrangement featuring Jenny.

Lancers Dinner