March Lions says ‘happy anniversary’ to March Brass 2000 with £100 donation

PUBLISHED: 12:39 12 April 2016 | UPDATED: 16:57 12 April 2016

March Lions have recently presented March Brass 2000 with a Cheque for £100. The cheque was presented by Lion President Ruth Martin and Zone Chairman John Potter. The money presented is to aid the band with the 125 years celebration.

March Lions have recently presented March Brass 2000 with a Cheque for £100. The cheque was presented by Lion President Ruth Martin and Zone Chairman John Potter. The money presented is to aid the band with the 125 years celebration.

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March Lions continued their generosity across Fenland by donating £100 to March Brass 2000 to help celebrate the group’s 125th anniversary.

Lions President Ruth Martin and zone chairman John Potter presented the funds to the band, which is to hold a concert in September featuring the Brighouse and Restrict Brass Band, famous for reaching number two in the UK singles charts with ‘The Floral Dance.’

March Brass 2000 is a family orientated, non-contesting band that welcomes experienced players. The band is always on the look out for new players (instruments may be provided).

Band practice is held on Monday evenings from 7pm until 9pm, with beginners and juniors sessions from 5.45pm to 6.45pm.

The current venue is St Peter’s Church, March but will soon move back to the Roman Catholic Church Hall, St John’s Road, March.

For more information, contact secretary Deb Watts on 01354-655429 or visit www.marchbrass2000.co.uk.

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