Reepham Band

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Reepham Band

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Reepham Town Band in Sennowe Park
George Harrison on the left & E T Ruffles on the right

Reepham Town Band at Sennowe Park
Band members are wearing the early uniform with self-coloured cording embroidered on the front & toggle fastenings.

1936 : Reepham Town Band<br /><br />
This photograph was originally published as a postcard by H E Tansley, a photographer in Sheringham & Cromer, to celebrate the band's success at the Crystal Palace Championships in 1936. In a later reproduction the word 'Temperance' was removed.

Reepham Salvation Army Band
Possibly pre WWI. The man in the centre resembles Sidney P Eglington (1872-1948). Some of the uniforms are unusual but all have badges/insignia related to the Salvation Army.

1940 : Reepham Band
Photograph of junior players in Reepham Band taken in 1940 behind The Dial House with Pamela Barsted, the first female player, sitting between Gordon Frankland and Tommy Ruffles.

Reepham Band with Imogen Holst
At the Aldeburgh Festival in 1953Players include : Back row :- Pamela Barsted, Ray PlattenMiddle row :- Bernie Barsted, ?,  Margaret MorganHazel Fowke , Nancy Woods, George Harrison, Imogen Holst, Tommy Ruffles Front row :- Godfrey Barsted, Jack…

1940s : Reepham Band
Pamela Barsted joined the band in 1940, aged 15. Four band members are in cadet uniforms and two younger members have their school caps on. Older members George Harrison and George Cocking are by the pole at the back. Derek Woods is next to Pamela…

1944 : Reepham Band at the Theatre Royal, Norwich
Group of 8 photographs of Reepham Band playing at the Theatre Royal, Norwich. Older members are in uniform, but one player is still in short trousers (John Hall). Other younger players are in civilian clothes or cadet uniforms. Pamela Barsted, the…

1945 Royal Visit
Edited from a group photograph of the bandOn the back of the mount is written in pencil 'Ruffles 15/6', equal to 75 pence in modern coinage.

Members of Reepham Band<br /><br />
Outside Great Yarmouth Cinema
Eric Barrett, Jack Barber, Godfrey Barsted

1945 Royal Visit
Sitting at the back
Ladies Committee Members L to R :-
Mrs Cocking, Mrs Voutts, Mrs Ruffles,
Mrs Ransome, Mrs Connie Smith
Mrs Frankland

Reepham Band Members
Notes of band members appearing in a series of 21 photographs in the Reepham Society Collection.

The names are given as the tags for this item.

1945 Royal Visit : Reepham Junior Band
Back row L to R :
Reg Seales , George Cocking, Tony Ling, John Hall,
Kenneth Adcock, Paul Stearman, J Secker, Bernie Barsted, George Harrison, ?, Ernie Moy
Front row L to R :
Pamela Barsted, Godfrey Barsted, Ted Barnet,
Norman Tuddenham,…

1945 Royal Visit : Concert Programme
Programme of a concert given in the Band Hall in the presence of Queen Mary. Ten items were played by Reepham Junior Band conducted by E T Ruffles; and two pieces by the Primary Band conducted by G Frankland; with a cornet solo by Pamela Barsted & a…

1943 : Concert Programme
Concert in the Band Hall, Reepham, to celebrate the Junior Band's first radio broadcast on 30 October

1944 Theatre Royal, Norwich : Concert Programme
Programme of items performed by Reepham Band at the Theatre Royal, Norwich in 1944; including solos by Pamela Barsted & Harry Moore; with songs by Robert Brown & piano selections by Mrs R S Smith. Compered by Gordon Frankland.

1937 Wellington Pier Gardens, Great Yarmouth
Programme given by Reepham Band in Wellington Pier Gardens on Whit Sunday afternoon 1937, featuring bell solo by G Lambert, cornet solo by G Harrison & vocal solos by Robert Richardson. The first of three concerts on Whit Sunday & Monday, all three…

1937 Wellington Pier Gardens, Great Yarmouth
Programme given by Reepham Band in Wellington Pier Gardens on Whit Sunday evening 1937, featuring cornet solo by H Gaskins, horn solo by S Hardiment, trombone solo by R Hunt & vocal solos by Robert Richardson. The second of three concerts on Whit…

1937 Wellington Pier Gardens, Great Yarmouth
Programme given by Reepham Band in Wellington Pier Gardens on Whit Monday afternoon 1937, featuring euphonium solo by A C Guyton, cornet solo by H Gaskins & trombone solo by R Hunt. The last of three concerts on Whit Sunday & Monday, all three having…
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