Penkhull Village Brass were asked to help out in the autumn performing in the opening titles of the Great Pottery Throw Down 2020. It was a great experience and one we would like to repeat. Here are a couple of photos and some of us doing our thing enjoying our 15 seconds of fame on the Great Pottery Throw Down. (click the link below to view)
Penkhull Village Brass are delighted to announce that we have been chosen to benefit from the next round of the Co-op Local Community Fund.
During this funding phase of 12 months, Co-op members will be able to choose Penkhull Village Brass as their local cause.
Every time a Co-op member buys selected own-brand products and services, 1% of the money they spend goes to local causes in their community. Please select us as your local cause.
To become a Co-op member costs £1, so please join and help us raise funds for our childrens band by selecting us and shopping at your local Co-op.
Join online at https://membership.coop.co.uk/new-registration.
Poptastic - Kids Band
We were very proud to show off our youngest and newest members of the band at our recent Poptastic event. 3 members from our growing kids band (now 7 members) gave their first public performance - and what a fantastic job they did wooing the audience with a couple of Abba numbers. Well Done!!!
Grant from Stoke-on-Trent Community Investment Fund
We were very lucky recently to receive funding from the City Council towards the purchase of some much needed brand new instruments!
Pictured here with Councillor Abi Brown are band members Edward James, Glynn Lewis, Claire Shepherd and Alan Chaplain-Payne.
A fairly wet day didn't dampen the spirits of our birthday pair at a recent joint 30th Party in Denford!
Despite the drizzle we were top of the bill and entertained the 'Music Festival' goers with our diverse range of popular and traditional music!! See what they said about our performance here!.