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GB-REE-2010191211 1937 Wellington Pier EW.jpg
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.

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Eastern Evening News report dated 24 April 1962 "Reepham scored the highest marks in the class C contest".

The contest lasted 6 hours at St. Andrew's Hall before the concert in the evening.

GB-REE-1905081022 Band at Duke Street 1979.jpg
'Reepham Band joins top brass this week' Article in the Eastern Daily Press dated 31 October 1979 showing the band members under their musical director Tony Norman

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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 ?, ?,…

GB-REE-1905041151 Reepham Band 1979.jpg
Members of Reepham Band playing in the park at Oulton Broad, June 1979. L to R: Steven ? Gary Newark, Annette Coe, Leslie Coe , Pam Swayze, Sandra Failes Seated: Karen Bales, Jane Chettleburgh

GB-REE-1905041149 Swayze-Coe Reepham Band 1979.jpg
Pam Swayze (Cornet), Leslie Coe (Bb bass), and his daughter Annette Coe (tenor horn) with Reepham Band at Oulton Broad Bandstand - Park engagement - 3rd June 1979

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Pam Swayze, playing the cornet at Oulton Broad with Reepham Band in 1979

GB-REE-1811121333 Great Yarmouth, Winter Gardens, from eBay Oct 18 RA.jpg
Pavilion and Winter Gardens, Great Yarmouth, 1908.
This postcard shows where the Reepham Band often played in Great Yarmouth.

St Andrews Hall, Norwich East Anglian Brass Band Contest 1954 Class A Prizewinners ? In 1954 Reepham Band was first in Class A, with Aylsham & District 2nd & Norwich Lads Club 3rd. The bass drum carries the Norwich Lads Club logo. At least…

E T Ruffles standing by the poster for the Whitsun concerts in Yarmouth. Reepham Band is announced as Norfolk's Premier Band. The band's successes are listed at the bottom.
Crystal Palace Prize Winners 1936, Runners-up in the East Anglian Contest,…

Set of 12 photographs taken in April 1946 showing some of the junior players from the Reepham Band, possibly at the East Anglian Brass Band Association's Spring Festival, sponsored by the Daily Herald. All the photographs are stamped 'Illustrated'…

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…

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…

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…

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.

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…

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.
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