Hi looking forward to some toots with WSLSB in March (8+11) be nice to see you all again.25 Feb 2017
Hi All Sorry to read the news about Pauls passing Hope you are all doing well
Dave R15 Jun 2016
Sutton in Ashfield
Hi, I and an ancient disabled ex bandsman and likes to read UK band`s websites, after all that is what they are for, especially 12,000 miles away. Do you still have a CD made 24th March 2012? If so, please send me details as to cost and track list please.
Regards to all at Waltham Band.
Doug15 Jun 2016
Many years ago I tried to enthuse my college friend John Midgley to like brass bands and failed miserably. More than 50 years later he now likes them, thanks to his son Ben in your band. In my own retirement I have taken up the Tenor Horn and play as the oldest player in our village's Yarnton Band.07 Jun 2016
Reverend Peter Hewis
Oxford & Yarnton Band
It was nice to see you all just before the festive season took hold, all the best for the new years tooting, best regards Diane & Andy06 Jan 2016
I was at the Forbury bandstand in Reading on Sunday 7 September 2014 and very much enjoyed hearing the WSLSB play. The audience was a little larger than usual and perhaps more attentive too. The band played a large variety of styles and I particularly enjoyed the swing numbers. I'm no expert, but I thought that the band made a very "full" sound when they were playing forte. So, thank you very much, WSLSB, for the splendid entertainment you provided me and the many others on Sunday afternoon.
11 Sep 2014
Dave in Reading
Dear Jane and Friends at WStLSB
Thank you so much for inviting us to the party on Saturday; it was so lovely to be back amongst you again. The standard of playing is fantastic – well done to you all! Thank you to the Ladies, who gave us a splendid meal, and to the ‘backroom staff’ who kept it all going so smoothly. Tony is enjoying the biscuits (I’ve given them up for Lent), and he is under instructions not to eat them all before Easter!
Love to you all,
Alison and Tony
07 Apr 2014
Tony & Alison Evans
I have by chance come upon the mention on your website of your 1st Baritone John Shaw who recently played an ophicleide concerto with your band. As a fellow ophicleidist (and also a former baritone player!), may I say congratulations to John - we need more of this sort of thing to convince people that the ophi is not some weird beast but, for over half the 19th century, was the staple brass bass of bands and orchestras. More people than might be thought are again taking up this fine-sounding instrument in the 21st century, and anything that fosters an awareness of its presence is to be strongly encouraged. Well done to John ,and I hope there will be a lot more of this to come!
Best wishes, Mike12 Jan 2014
Hi all Glad to see you are doing well. Now happily settled in Notts and playing second man @ Creswell. Band are 2 a penny round here...but these guys are low key and non contesting...and very welcoming!!
Check out the web site for some stats and pictures....I still come to Berkshire for work so may drop in one of these Weds. All the best
08 Oct 2013
Sutton in Ashfield
Just popped in to look at what you have been up to ......looks likes you have had a hot and busy summer I will get down to see you sometime All the best to you all. Ken07 Sep 2013
Coach driver for Germany
Have a great time in Germany, Hope all goes well , I'm sure it will , See you soon I hope !23 May 2013
On behalf of Charvil Voices, thank you for asking us to share the concert last night. We enjoyed singing in such a lovely venue with great acoustics.
16 May 2013