WOLVERTON TOWN BAND

The oldest brass band in the Milton Keynes area

FENCELESS ART

16 September 2017. The band wrapped up warm and played in MK city centre for 'Turning Ordinary Spaces Into Extraordinary Playgrounds' - a social enterprise designed to animate public spaces with cultural activity. Part of Black Sheep Collective's 'Fenceless Art Programme' it's helping to celebrate 50 years since the birth of Milton Keynes.


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M.O.T.H. ANNUAL PARADE

3 September 2017. We were proud to play and march in support of the M.O.T.H (Memorable Order of Tin Hats) ex-servicemen’s organisation at its annual national parade in Central Milton Keynes.


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MK FEAST, BRADWELL ABBEY

16 July 2017. The band played at the MK Feast at Bradwell Abbey.


Despite a promising start weatherwise, rain put a stop to playing outside but - not to be deterred by a bit of wet - we simply upped sticks and moved indoors, much to the delight of all the rather damp visitors.


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STONY STRATFORD RIVERSIDE FAIR

10 June 2017.  Armed with clothes pegs and magnets to keep the music in place, the band defeated the breezy weather at the Stony Stratford Riverside Fair family fun day this afternoon.


Despite the breeze, the weather stayed warm and sunny with the band providing some great foot-tapping music.


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PLASTIC BRASS

27 May 2017. A few of our very own flew the flag at yesterday's Plastic Brass in Centre MK. A group of brass musicians played in this one-off event and raised money for the Milton Keynes Centre for Integrated Living, a charity that provides free and confidential information for people with a disability, their families and carers. Well done, everyone!

'IT'S SHOWTIME!' - JOINT SPRING CONCERT WITH MOULTON 77 BRASS

7 May 2017. Last night, the band joined with Moulton 77 Brass in our 'It's Showtime!' spring concert in St George's Church. This fantastic evening included music from stage and screen, performed by both bands individually and together.


Money raised from the event was in aid of each band's chosen charity, with Wolverton Town Band supporting the mental health charity, MIND.

More photos in the Photo Gallery.