The calm before the Christmas storm.

Remembering This Sunday is Remembrance Day. The combined bands of Carlton Brass will be marching in tribute in the Calverton remembrance parade as well as a small band presence for the service at st Wilfred’s church. Christmas In the world of brass bands, we have to get our Christmas heads on earlier than most. As […]

Press Release – Carlton Band Organisation

PRESS RELEASE FROM CARLTON BAND ORGANISATION – 12 February 2016 WHAT HELP DO WE NEED? We need to find premises with enough space for us to rehearse and store our instruments and music. WHY DO WE NEED IT? The Carlton Band organisation (Registered Charity No 504547) has been resident in our bandroom at Station Road, […]

Changes At The Top

The band would like to announce the appointment of Simon Gresswell as Musical director of Carlton Brass. He takes over the baton from Geoff Hawley who is developing his new music related business. But the good new is Geoff is still staying with us – as a player this time on Solo Horn. We wish […]

Hello and Goodbye

The band would like to wish a fond farewell to our Repiano cornet James Coheeny. James has just graduated in forensic science at Nottingham Trent university and has now returned to his hometown of Sheffield. We all wish him the very best of luck for his future and thank him for the great service and […]

Fred Straw

It is with great sadness that Carlton Brass announce the passing away, after a long illness, of our life President Fred Straw on Sunday 29th April. Fred was always the bands greatest supporter and he will be sadly missed by all those friends he made in his decades of service to the band as player, […]

Hello and Goodbye

The band would like to say a fond farewell to our bass trombone player Dave Odhams. Dave has moved with his family to Australia and finds it a bit too far to travel back for practice twice a week.  Good luck for the future Dave. The band is delighted to announce they have finally obtained […]