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02:51, 13 JUL 2013
Music: Picnic in the park with Skelmanthorpe Band
SUNNY days have encouraged Skelmanthorpe Band to get out the picnic baskets and the garden chairs and head for another Picnic In The Park.
Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band
Music: brass band concert and contest, Skelmanthorpe
SKELMANTHORPE Band kicks off a busy weekend with a concert on home ground.
Arts: Brass bands
SKELMANTHORPE Band are to perform a spring concert on April 25.
Venue switch but quality still the same
SKELMANTHORPE Band are staging their annual Christmas concert at a new venue and day this year.
HUNDREDS of people gathered on a quiet street to see a television presenter turn on Christmas lights.
Parky and Dickie Bird become Huddersfield Uni ‘doctors’
THREE top Tykes got together for a joyous celebration.
Olympics come to Dewsbury!
A COLOURFUL spectacle signalled the start of the UK Olympics celebrations.
Councillor strikes back over ‘unjust criticism’ in village bypass row
I FEEL I must reply to Clr Hardcastle’s unjust criticism regarding the relief road for Flockton (“Bypass dispute” Mailbag July 29).
Paying for a championship trip
GETTING to a national brass band final is one thing; paying to get the players there is quite another.
Another big name concert night
SKELMANTHORPE Band has never been at the back of the queue when it comes to organising big name concerts at Huddersfield Town Hall; and 2008 is no exception.
Cedar Court Hotel
Bands and business
DRUMMING up support is crucial for all arts organisations.
Band celebrates successes
SKELMANTHORPE Band is flushed with success at the moment.
Hi-de-hi! Seaside double band in line for big time
SKELMANTHORPE Band have bagged a brace of vital victories to boost their chances of promotion to the big league.
Open-air brass bands will beat the buying blues!
IT MAY be the time many of us dread, the countdown of shopping days to Christmas.
Festive fresh air music
SOME of this area’s finest brass bands will be filling shoppers with festive cheer this year.
Innovating a concert cracker
IF YOU made it home pretty snappily on Saturday night, you'd be just in time to catch on tv's Parkinson, the man who had just captivated the Town Hall with a voice which is rightly getting the opera world excited.