On 9th April, Trentham Brass Band was delighted to provide the music for the 100th anniversary dinner of the Stoke branch of the Lancers Association. A good night was had by all, evidenced by the enthusiastic singing. Thankyou so much for your wonderful playing last night you were all fantastic, […]

Lancer’s 100th Anniversary Dinner

On Sunday 6th March Trentham Brass travelled to the Cube in Corby for the 2022 4th Section Midlands Area Brass Band Championships. The band was drawn to play last on the day, so played to a full theatre. The test piece was Argos by Stephan Hodel – real pleasure to […]

2nd Place at Midlands Area

The first proper Christmas concert for the band for 2 years. was held at Primitive Methodist Church in Mow Cop on Friday 3rd December. The first half of the programme was a varied selection of music, including ‘A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square’, Moon River’ and ‘No Time to Die’. […]

Christmas Concert at Mow Cop

What a super way to spend a winter’s Sunday afternoon – entertaining people at Glossop Old Band Club. The band performed a well- balanced programme of music which was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience. There were solos from Paula, Dave, Kelvin and Fiona – all superbly played. This was our […]

Glossop Band Club Concert

We started our carol playing early this year! On Thursday 18th November fourteen members of the band went to Trentham Shopping Village to provide music for their Christmas Light Switch on. It felt great to be performing outdoors again for a large crowd. The reception we received from the audience […]

Trentham Lights Switch On

Remembrance Sunday 2021 was more or less back to normal this year. The band was proud to represent the City of Stoke on Trent at their outdoor service at Stoke cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday. A number of band members had been busy in the few days before this playing ‘The […]

Remembrance 2021

In September the band went down to Cheltenham for the weekend, to take part in the Finals of the National Brass Band Championships 2021 (postponed from 2020 due to the pandemic). After an enjoyable Saturday evening relaxing in Cheltenham, everyone was up early next morning to be at the Race […]

National Finals at Cheltenham

In September percussionists John Stevenson and Peter Blakeman along with band manager Karen Woolliscroft were introducing Elliott Hodge from RJS Solicitors and councillor Rachel Kelsall (Chair of the RJS Foundation) to the intricacies of the timpani. The band have recently been awarded a grant from the RJS Foundation to refurbish the timpani.

RJS Foundation Grant Success