Hawk Green Brass Band are back into the swing of rehearsing after a very busy Christmas, and working hard to make sure our test piece is up to scratch in time for the regional brass band contest at Winter Gardens in Blackpool on 26th February 2017. It’s a special day as it’s also our Principal Cornet Hayley’s 30th Birthday too and we’re hoping because it’s an extra special day, we have some luck at the contest!
Whilst we are rehearsing hard in the bandroom, please have a read of our latest newsletter (click on the link below) and we hope to see you soon at one of our forthcoming concerts.
Hawk Green News January 2017
Hawk Green has worked hard to record a CD for all of our fans and supported to enjoy. The CD is expected to be released before Christmas, and in the meantime, we are taking orders in preparation for its release!
If you would like to order the CD, please download the form attached below and return the form to the address provided or hand over to a band member.
The members of Hawk Green are having a well deserved summer break after a busy few months. In the meantime, please have a read of our newsletter which explains more about what we’ve been up to and the success we’ve had at recent contests!
Hawk Green News August 2016 (1)
As the band rehearses hard to prepare for our busy but exciting summer season, please have a read of our latest newsletter.
Hawk Green News March April 2016
As Hawk Green Band prepare for the busy Christmas Period, please have a read of our latest Newsletter. It covers information regarding our latest concerts and competitions but most importantly, it provides a tribute to our President of the Band.
We received very sad news in November that Jack Turnball had passed away, which has had a big impact on the band. Jack had been involved with Marple Bands for around 50 years, and more recently was still attending car boot sales on Saturday mornings to raise funds for the bands. He really will be missed.
Hawk Green News Nov-Dec 2015
We hope you have all been enjoying the British ‘summer’ and have managed to enjoy some of the local banding over the summer months. Hawk Green have had a few weeks off to enjoy the sun but are back rehearsing now for our upcoming contests and concerts.
Please have a read of our latest Newsletter on the link below and have a look at our upcoming events page on our website. We hope to see you at one of our concerts soon.
Hawk Green News (Final) August 2015
Please have a read of our latest Newsletter, which details our recent events and concerts but also sets out the exciting Summer and Autumn we have ahead of us.
This month’s Newsletter also says a special ‘thank you’ to our long-serving Chairman Geoff Gaskell. After 30 years service and incredible support to Hawk Green Band, Geoff has decided to step down and he will most definitely be missed. Geoff’s work and commitment to brass banding was also publically acknowledged at the NWABBA Contest at Buxton, where he was presented with a long service award.
Please click on the link below for our full Newsletter.
Hawk Green News May 2015
Whilst we are all working hard to ensure our test piece is up to scratch in time for the contest day on 1st March 2015, please click the link below to read up on all of our news from 2014 and the start of 2015.
NewsHawk Green Feb2015
Hawk Green Band will be performing with Marple Band on 15 November 2014 at 7.30pm at St Paul’s Church, Compstall.
The ‘Last Post Fortnight’ runs from 4 until 18 November 2014 and is a mass participation project taking place in Cities, towns and villages across the UK. Hundreds of people will unite in communities around the nation to remember the impact that the First World War had on their local community and play music from the era as a mark of commemoration.
Both Hawk Green and Marple bands will play a programme of music and will then form a massed band.
We look forward to seeing you there.
On Sunday 29 June 2014, Hawk Green performed on the Buxton Bandstand in the Pavillion Gardens.
The band was very well received and our three soloists: Ruth; Joel; and Nigel went down particularly well.
We look forward to playing in Buxton again soon and thank you to those who came to watch us.