1926 National Championships of Great Britain - Championship Section

Saturday, September 25, 1926

Crystal Palace, London

Test piece:
An Epic Symphony, Percy Fletcher

Hubert Bath, James Brier

Pos Band Conductor Dr Pts
1St. Hilda CollieryW. Halliwell7-
2Carlisle St. StephensW. Lowes13-
3Wingates TemperanceW. Halliwell14-
4Sowerby BridgeW. Halliwell3-
5Creswell CollieryJ. Greenwood6-
6Black Dyke MillsW. Halliwell12-
-Callendar's Cable WorksT. Morgan8-
-Fodens Motor Works W. Halliwell9-
-Harton CollieryJ. Greenwood1-
-Horwich RMIJ. Greenwood5-
-Irwell SringsW. Halliwell2-
-Luton Red CrossW. Halliwell10-
-Marsden CollieryJ. Greenwood11-
-South Moor CollieryJ. C. Dyson4-


1st: 100 Pounds plus the 1000 Guinea Trophy
2nd: 50 Pounds plus the Daily Telegraph Challenge Cup
3rd: 30 Pounds
4th: 20 Pounds
5th: 10 Pounds 

Black Dyke Band - Brighouse & Rastrick, Huddersfield Town Hall

Saturday 27 March • Corporation St, Huddersfield HD1 2TA

Contest: 100thSpring Festival

Saturday 8 May • 97 Church St, Blackpool, FY1 1HL

Contest: Whit Friday March Contests

Friday 28 May • Saddleworth & Tameside OL3

Contest: 168th British Open

Saturday 11 September • Symphony Hall, Broad Street, Birmingham. B1 2EA

Contest: Lower Section National Finals

Saturday 18 September • The Centaur, Cheltenham Race Course, Prestbury, Cheltenham GL40 4SH

Foss Dyke Band

January 1 • Front Row Cornet vacancy still up for grabs. Come and join Foss and enjoy our newly refurbished band room with newly appointed MD David Dernley. Foss Dyke are a 1st Section Band with a moderate contest and concert schedule.

David Frame

Bass/Tenor Trombone Player, Adjudicator (Member of AoBBA) Occasional Conductor


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