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Formed in the early 1880s, conducted by Samuel Argall. Presumed to have folded by the early 1900s when it was succeeded by the new St Agnes Town Band (in 1907).
The school was established in 1905 at Norland Lane, Farnworth, near Widnes. The school was set up by the Liverpool Catholic Training Schools Association (originally known as the Liverpool Catholic Reformatory Association) as the land-based successor to the Training Ship Clarence which had been destroyed by fire in 1899. A postcard was published with the following rhyme on it: "Hail to St Andrews Junior Band!
Bands which folded for more than 1 year (apart from during WW1/2) with a successor band being later formed are regarded as "extinct".
An augmented version of this list "British Brass Bands - historical directory" is now available as a PDF document See also: Brass Bands Genealogy - for information on current bands' dates of origin and name changes See also: Brass Band Ancestors - for those seeking information on people and bands See also: Vintage Brass Band Pictures - for images of early brass bands See also: Vintage People Pictures - for images of early bandsmen (largely unnamed) See also: Brass Band Historians and Researchers - for details of those seeking information Please send any additions, corrections, comments or material to [email protected] Active in the 1880s and 1890s.
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Area residents are invited to explore the West Essex YMCA at a Jan.
6 open house that includes swimming, yoga and Zumba demonstrations, sample enrichment classes, a bounce house, campfire singalong, and the chance to win a three-month membership. will showcase the YMCA’s expansive offerings that promote healthy living, youth development and social responsibility.
Wellness coaches will be on hand to discuss fitness goals.
At 3 p.m., swim instructors will assess kids’ ability levels, and the Y staff will lead a family yoga demonstration.