Bugle Band

Bugle Band

What is the Bugle Band?

The Bugle Band is for existing members of Juniors, Company Section or Seniors in the 1st or 3rd Enfield Companies, as well as the 1st Enfield's Amicus group.

What do they do?

The band rehearses once a week and members have the opportunity to learn a variety of marching band instruments - bugle, side drum, tenor drum, bass drum, cymbals or bell lyre.

Teaching is provided by a group of experienced instructors who are leaders in either the 1st or 3rd Enfield. The instructors have all been members of the band for many years.

The band is open to members of all abilities. Whether you have never touched a musical instrument or have been playing all your life and want to learn to play in a marching band setting, as long as you are an existing BB member you are very welcome!

What else do I need to know?

The band regularly takes part in various parades and competitions. Both Companies have won the Devonshire Cup (the London District Boys' Brigade Band competition) many times, and members perform in events such as the annual Enfield Battalion Church Parade, the Lord Mayor's Show, London Marathon, New Year's Day Parade and more.

When do they meet?

The Bugle Band meets on a Tuesday evening between 7:30pm and 8:30pm.

Who can I contact for more information?

The Bandmaster is Tom Boorman, who can be contacted by phone (07903 605 545) or email (info@3rdenfieldbb.co.uk).

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