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2008 Butlins Mineworkers

Organisers release the line up of bands who will be taking part at Skegness in just a few weeks time now!

Butlins

 

The organisers of the 2008 Butlins Mineworkers Championships have released details of the line up of bands for the contest which takes place in Skegness in a few weeks time.

Championship Section:

1. Bactiguard Wire Brass�����(Paul Andrews)
2. Desford Colliery�����(TBA)
3. Hatfield Powerfuel Band�����(Graham O’Connor)
4. Mount Charles�����(Andrew Duncan)
5. SWT Woodfalls�����(Dr Nicholas Childs)
6. The Virtuosi GUS Band�����(Jeremy Wise)
7. Thoresby Colliery�����(Ian McElligott)
8. Tongwynlais Temperance�����(Gareth Pritchard)
9. United Co-op Milnrow�����(John Ward)
10. Wingates�����(Andrew Berryman)
11. Yorkshire Imps (Urquart Travel)�����(Jim Davies)


First Section:

1. Becontree Brass�����(Graham Chambers)
2. Bedworth Brass�����(TBA)
3. Carlton Brass�����(Walter Ritchie)
4. City of Cambridge�����(Peter Bassano
5. Foresters Brass 2000�����(Peter Collins))
6. G T Group Peterlee�����(TBA)
7. Gresley Colliery�����(David Hirst)
8. Hopkins Blidworth Colly�����(Geoff Hawley)
9. Ibstock Brick Brass�����(Graham Sutton)
10. Ipswich & Norwich Coop�����(Robin Norman)
11. Jackfield Elcock Reisen�����(John Maines)
12. Markham & District Colliery�����(Nigel Seaman)
13. NW Ellington Colliery�����(Tony Griffiths)
14. Old Silkstone�����(Alan Exley)
15. Pontadulais Town�����(Paul Jenkins)
16. Sandhurst Silver�����(Maj. Ian Peaple)
17. Shirland Welfare Training�����(John Davies)
18. Skelmanthorpe�����(John Roberts)
19. Stannington Brass�����(Derek Renshaw)
20. The Cawston Band�����(Colin H Swaep)
21. The Egham Band�����(Gareth J Green)
22. United Yorkshire Co-op�����(William Rushworth)
23. Vernon Building Society Poynton�����(TBA)
24. Wansbeck’s Ashington Colliery�����(Nigel Stedman)


Second Section:

1. Betteshanger Welfare�����(Tim Vinall)
2. City of Coventry Brass�����(Stephen Cooper)
3. Delph�����(Phil Goodwin)
4. Dodworth MW�����(Elliott Darwin)
5. East London Brass�����(Jayne Murrill)
6. Frickley South Elmsall�����(David Nichols)
7. Haslingden & Helmshore�����(David Holland)
8. Johnstone Silver �����(Raymond Tennant)
9. Kippax Band�����(Russell Gray)
10. Leicester Cooperative SMW�����(Graham Jacklin)
11. Lewis Merthyr�����(Gareth Pritchard)
12. Long Eaton Silver�����(Sharon Stansfield)
13. Middleton�����(Matthew Stringer)
14. YBS Concert Brass�����(Ian Craddock)
15. Yiewsley & West Drayton�����(Christopher Cole)


Third Section:

1. Dronfield CMW�����(Alan Tyler)
2. Dunstan Silver�����(Sue Murrill)
3. Heyl Town�����(Derek Johnston)
4. Hitchin Band�����(Martin Hurrell)
5. Kirkby Colliery Welfare�����(Stephen Berrill)
6. Pemberton Old JJB (B)�����(Peter Ashley)
7. Rockingham Band�����(Keith Wardle)
8. Shirebrook MW Unison�����(Mark Wilcockson)
9. Stantonbury Brass�����(Alan Jenkin)
10. The Matlock Band�����(Roger Jepson)
11. West Yorkshire Police�����(Gary Clegg)


Fourth Section:

1. Backworth Colliery�����(Colin Harris)
2. Banovallum Brass�����(Steve Ingham)
3. Bestwood ‘Black Diamonds’�����(Brian G Draper)
4. Coleshill Town�����(Stephen Fagg)
5. Eccles Borough(Les Webb)
6. Ireland Colly (Chesterfield)�����(Ian Knapton)
7. Kingsway Printers Cleethorpes�����(Steven Askew)
8. Maltby Miners Welfare�����(Terry Clifford)
9. Market Rasen RPC�����(Alan Needham)
10. Martlesham Brass�����(Bruce Eyley)
11. Pontypool Brass�����(Patrick O’Leary)
12. Rolls-Royce (Derby)�����(Graham Cardwell)
13. Royston Town �����(Simon Jones)
14. Skegness Silver�����(Geoff Weeks)
15. Tewkesbury Town�����(Nigel Morgan)
16. Thoresby Colly. Youth�����(Christine Gent)
17. Thurcroft Welfare�����(Ken Vernon)
18. Watford Band�����(Richard Graves)
19. Whitwell Brass�����(David Fretwell)



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