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    What a real honour to lead the Remembrance Parade at Mansfield on this the 100th anniversary since the guns fell silent.

    Words can not describe the emotions of marching into Mansfield Town Center to see the enormous crowds lining the streets all the way down to Church.

    I was so proud after the event to receive so many compliments about the band overall and our Bass drummer in particular, Jake Partridge, who kept a solid beat all the way there and back. The parade was rather a long one and they could hear the beat all the way at the back.


    Congratulations to Sarah Thompson our new Piper on her first outing, kept in step and never played a wrong note.

    Well done to all who took part in the parade, hope to see you all again next year?

  2. North Notts Community Arena was the venue for the Worksop British Legion Festival of Remembrance.

    A Fantastic event to be part of, very well attended. We took part in the opening and played to open the second half.

    We had the pleasure of building the drum head for the drum head service, which went so well.

  3.  There are only two pictures in this slide show, both entitled "Seaforth at play".

    Fantastic day at Marehay, Sun shining, saved seats in the beer tent. Met up with friends old and new. Supported the Mayor opening the event. played later in the arena to entertain the Village. What more could you ask for. 

    Invited to enter the "tug O war" against the village team, it did not go well we came second ha ha

  4. An annual event at Glapwell, short parade around the village and onto the cricket ground for a fun filled day of entertainment.

    Another hot day but we played well. The field as usual was filled with stalls and the arena filled with entertinment for all the family, great day

  5. The hottest day ever!

    It was even to hot to take many pictures. What a fantastic day to have a carnival.

    Parade from Blackwell to Newton and round a few houses wads a lon one but the event organisers had sorted out much appreciated water stops.

    Great day, played well under the "extreme piping conditions" well done to all. We enjoyed it so much we wil do it all again next yeare. See you there

  6. Every year The Royal British Legion in Nottinghamshire re-dedicate thier Standards at a Church service at Southwell Minster. This year was no exception. It was a privlege to be invited to lead that parade and made me proud to take part in it.

    It was a warm day to be in full uniform but absolutly the right thing to do with all those standards. such a beautiful event. Thank you band members and thank you RBL for the oppertunity

  7. Seaforth Highlander 52nd Annual Dinner. 

    This event was a huge success, thanks to all our guests, the John Fretwell staff, the band and especially those who help us set up

    Special thanks to the executive Mayor Kate Allsop as our principal guest for the evening.

    Thanks also to Ian Collins for your help in presenting the awards.

    The list of thank you could go on a page or two but I am not known for being verbose.

     Thank you to everyone involved.