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Gallery from 2016 Yorkshire Regional Championship
Images of the Championships

Gallery of images capturing the 2016 Yorkshire Regional Championships

St George's Hall, Bradford Peggy Tomlinson - 20 years Regional Secretary Championship Section: 1st. Black Dyke (Prof. Nicholas J Childs) Championship Section: 1st. Black Dyke (Prof. Nicholas J Childs) Championship Section: 1st. Black Dyke (Prof. Nicholas J Childs) Championship Section: Winning-conductorWinning MD - Prof. Nicholas J Childs 

(Black Dyke) Championship Section: Winning MD - Prof. Nicholas 

J and Alison Childs (2nd Horn)  (Black Dyke) Championship Section: 

2nd. Carlton Main Frickley Colliery (Russell Gray) Championship Section: 3rd. Hepworth (Mark 

Peacock Championship Section: Best Soloist: Zoe Hancock (flugel) - Black 

Dyke Championship Section: Best Principal Cornet: Kirsty 

Abbotts (Carlton Main Frickley Colliery) Championship Section: Youngest Player: Keir Luc Evans-Brown (aged 14) - Strata Brass Championship Section: Black Dyke (Prof Nicholas Childs) Championship Section: Brighouse & Rastrick (Leigh Baker) Championship Section: Carlton Main Frickley Colliery (Russell Gray) Championship Section: City of Bradford (Lee Skipsey) Championship Section: Grimethorpe Colliery (Dr Robert Childs) Championship Section: Hammonds Saltaire (Morgan Griffiths) Championship Section: Hepworth (Mark Peacock) Championship Section: Marsden Silver (John 

Hinckley) Championship Section: Rothwell Temperance (David Roberts) Championship Section: Strata Brass (Dr Owen Wedgewood) Championship Section: Unite the Union (David Hirst) Championship Section: Yorkshire Imperial Urquhart Travel (Stig Maersk) Section 1: Winners First Section - Chapeltown Silver (Andrew Dennis) Section 1: Winners First Section - Chapeltown Silver (Andrew 

Dennis) Section 1: Winners First Section - Chapeltown Silver (Andrew 

Dennis) Section 1: 2nd. Hatfield (Stan Lippeatt) Section 1: 3rd. Lindley (Ian Knapton) Section 1: Award for the Best Soloist: Jef Vermieren (cornet) - Drighlington Section 1: Youngest Player: Haydn Osborne (aged 11) - Lindley Section 1: Skelmanthorpe (Jim Davies) Section 

1: Elland Silver (Daniel Brookes) Section 1: Hatfield (Stan Lippeatt) Section 1: Meltham & Meltham Mills (Norman Law) Section 1: Clifton & Lightcliffe (John Clay) Section 2: Winning Trophy 

Presentation - Stannington (Derek Renshaw) Section 2: Winning MD Derek Renshaw (Stannington) Section 2: 1st. Stannington (Derek Renshaw) Section 1: Section 2: 2nd. Old Silkstone (Sam Fisher) Section 2: 3rd. Horbury Victoria (Philip Goodwin) Section 2: Best Soloist: Toni Durrant (baritone) - Old Silkstone Section 2: Youngest Player: Keira Littewood (aged 10) - 

Dinnington Colliery Section 2: Great orange tops on the 

girls of Barnsley - the colour of 1970s Findus fish Section 2: Stannington (Derek Renshaw) Section 2: Skelmanthorpe Prospect (Phil Garlick) Third Section: 1st Place: MD Dean Jones (Crofton Silver) Third Section: 1st Place: Crofton Silver (Dean Jones) Third Section: 1st Place: Crofton Silver (Dean Jones) Third Section: 2nd Place: Dronfield Genquip (Simon Kerwin) Third Section: 3rd Place: Oughtibridge (Gavin Somerset) Third Section: Best Soloist: Andrew Clutton (cornet) - Crofton Silver Third Section: Youngest player 8 year old Genevieve Hieland of Oughtibridge Third Section: Barnsley Metropolitan under the direction of Alex Francis Third Section: Dronfield Genquip (Simon Kerwin) Third Section: Chris Lewis takes BD1 Brass in a bold and purposeful opening Third Section: Evening all! Ray Payne of Dock Green on stage with 

West Yorkshire Police Third Section: Worsbrough Brass and John Roberts in action Third Section: Dodworth in action with MD Eliot Darwin at the helm Third Section: Maltby Miners (Terry Clifford) Third Section: Oughtibridge with a perc team member knee high to a bass drum! Bob Blackburn still heading in the right direction Section 4: 

Tingley (John Belton) Section 4: 1st. Lofthouse 2000 (Andrew Whitaker) Section 4: 1st. Lofthouse 2000 (Andrew Whitaker) Section 4: 1st. Lofthouse 2000 (Andrew Whitaker) Section 4: 2nd. Rockingham (Adam Whittle) Section 4: 3rd.Thurcroft Welfare (Matthew Wright) Section 4: Best Soloist: James Whitaker (cornet) - Lofthouse 2000 Section 4: Best Soloist: James Whitaker (cornet) - Lofthouse 2000 Section 4: Best Percussion: Rockingham Section 4: Youngest Player: Robert Thorpe (aged 9) - Rockingham


Contest: 100thSpring Festival

Saturday 8 May • 97 Church St, Blackpool, FY1 1HL


Contest: 168th British Open

Saturday 11 September • Symphony Hall, Broad Street, Birmingham. B1 2EA


Contest: Lower Section National Finals

Saturday 18 September • The Centaur, Cheltenham Race Course, Prestbury, Cheltenham GL40 4SH


Contest: Lower Section National Finals

Sunday 19 September • The Centaur, Cheltenham Racecourse, Prestbury, Cheltenham, GL40 4SH


Contest: National Brass Band Championship of Great Britain

Saturday 2 October • Kensington Gore, South Kensington, London SW7 2AP


Chinnor Silver

April 19 • With rehearsals starting soon in line with government guidelines we are looking to strengthen BACKROW CORNETS &PERCUSSION TEAM concerts and contests planned.we rehearse on wednesdays in our own bandroom check out our lockdown performances and come join us


Chadderton Band

April 17 • Chadderton Band is a friendly non-contesting band playing at various events throughout the year. We are looking for players of all ages and abilities on all sections of the band particularly on Euph Drums and Horn. Come along for a blow most welcome.


Oxford Cherwell Brass

April 14 • Returning to the band room in May we have vacancies for second and third cornets. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings 8-10pm at Edward Feild School, Kidlington. The band has engagements and contests lined up from late summer onwards.


Mark Wilkinson


Cornet Soloist, Teacher, Adjudicator, Conductor


               

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