Digital copy of a postcard of the poster advertising the Whitsuntide concerts given by Reepham Band at Wellington Pier Gardens. On the reverse: George Lambert, Cecil Allen,George Harrison, Barney Barsted1937.
Press cutting of Reepham Town Band's success in the East Anglian Brass Band Competition at Thetford. The Band came out top of the Class A section and qualified for entry into the national championships the following year.
Handwritten agreement dated 31 May 1935 between the members of the Reepham Town Temperance Band that they become a uniform committee for the purpose of entering into a Purchase Agreement with Messrs. Boosey and Hawkes.
Typed agreement dated 20 June 1935 between the Bandsmen and the Committee of the same Band, that each Bandsman undertakes to purchase a complete set of Uniform from Messrs. Boosey & Hawkes to the value of £4.12.0d.
Band at Oulton Broad including some members of the Reepham Band:Back Row: Bill Movely, Leslie Coe, David Foulger, David ?, Terry Norman (conductor), Trevor ?, David Dack, Les Smith, Colin Failes. Centre Row: Philip Musket, Andrew Norman, Shelia ?, ?,…
Programme for a Band Contest at Reepham House held on 5 October 1946.
Note that Gordon Frankland is the Secretary (of the Reepham Recreation Ground Memorial Fund) and S. P. Eglington the Compere.
E. T. Ruffles is conducting Fakenham Town Band &…
Reepham Band of Hope, a band of 18 players or less, competed in all three sections i.e. March, Hymn and Selection. The band's conductor was F. W. Wallwork.
The contest began with the March Section, all…