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Counties referred to are the historical counties of the UK (see Finally, if any band appearing on this list is still active, please let me know!
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] Founded as Westfield Brass Band - it was in existence 1876, and also in 1892 when it led a procession to welcome a visit from William Gladstone.
From a newspaper report in 1862 - "Darlington Total Abstinence Society sponsorted a new water fountain and it was ready for opening on June 10, 1862.In 1905 the band received a grant from the town council after a vote.There's no trace of when the then band went out of being, but it must have been before 1911 as it didn't take part in various reported occasions thereafter. Changed name to Dalkeith Burgh Band sometime before 1929, as it led the Gala Day procession in that year, in the gap left by the earlier Dalkeith and Westfield Trades Band.Very soon after this meeting had taken place, there was some disagreement among the members of the band which made some of them terminate their association with the town band and start a band of their own. Baker was appointed as conductor of the new band which survived for many years, and frequently performed at concerts, parades, etc.This was officially formed as the Amateur Brass Band at a meeting held in the Wellington Hotel in March 1897. A Baker later went on to conduct the Brotton Old Band, the Anaconda Copper Mines Band (U. A.), then to the Barrow Iron and Steel Works Band in 1921.