Basses Sunday 8th August Scarborough

Discussion in 'Recruitment Corner' started by tubafran, Jul 30, 2004.

  1. tubafran

    tubafran Active Member

    KSB playing in Peaseholme Park Sunday 8 August at 2.00pm onwards. We are in need of an EEb and BBb for the day. Coach leaving Killamarsh 9.00 am and returning for about 9 - 10 pm

    Usual Sunday summer afternoon programme nothing to heavy so we can have a few beers, fish & chips, candy floss etc.

    Any takers please send me a pm.
     
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  3. lynchie

    lynchie Active Member

    I'll just mention, having played there about a week ago, that it's a great place to go... the band stand is, err, unique... and the fish and chips in scarborough are excellent!

    And if you can find the Hole in the Wall pub, you can get away from karaoke!
     
  4. Hornblower RN

    Hornblower RN Member

    This post takes me back :lol: I used to go to Scarborough regularly for my RNR training at CSOS Irton Moor during the 70's. Always remember the band playing in the middle of the lake in Peasholm Park. Do they still put on the "Battle at sea" with the miniature warships? Great place and great people. Our favourite watering hole was the Victoria Hotel opposite the railway station. :wink:
     
  5. Hilary Mateer

    Hilary Mateer Member

    Bother, I would love to go but am going away on Holiday that day :)

    Managed to go twice last year but not at all this year :( really missing that ride on a swan boat to the bandstand

    Sheffield13 offered me a trip there but my own band was playing a boring church job that day :cry:

    Seriously though it's a great place to play and should be a good day out with Killamarsh
     
  6. tubafran

    tubafran Active Member

    Further to the request for basses at Scarborough next week I'm pleased to say we have now filled the gap.

    Big thanks to Richard Smales from Kirbymoorside and Rory from Hexham. Away the lads, dam good lot those Geordies. Geordie Colin did send his excuses as he's on holiday.
     

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