Malton Brass 2003 Entries

Entries for Malton Brass 2004
Class C

Northallerton District Silver
Rowntree B
Both bands returning to contesting after a lot of years away - we welcome them

Class B.

Barrow Concert.
Billingham Silver.
Stape Silver.
Swinton & District Excelsior.
Wetherby & District Silver.

Class A

Chapeltown Silver
Kirkbymoorside Town
South Yorkshire Police
Wakefield Metropolitan
Yorkshire Cooperatives

Come along and listen to bands reviving a long lost era.
A contest based on the old RADIO format.
Plenty of :guiness and good food as well.


Active Member
Can't speak highly enough of this contest, a great day,

Everything you need including the all important real ale! A lovely hall, even feels full on a morning for those brave souls in section C!

Always loads of different music by the MD's

Comes very well recommended for an enthusiasts day out.


Well-Known Member
It really is a great contest in a great venue.
IMHO it is a competition where they always employ quality, experienced, judges (No, we didn't always win !!)
The Pubs serve 1st Class beer and you meet 1st Class mates - what more can you ask for ?


Euph-Bari said:
Yeah was Gr8 Day Last year - Deffinatley exellent ale!

Either I'm getting old or I drank too much last year, I'm fairly sure I was there but I can't remember it at all :shock: anyway, I'll be there this year so if anyone sees me propping up a bar then be sure to say hello.


New Member

last yr was wicked i really enjoyed listenin, just make sure it neva stops runnin!


This will be the first year, since this contest began, that I won't be playing in it. (Boo-Hoo) Although I suppose I was a bit greedy last year, playing with 2 bands. This time I'm looking forward to listening to a few bands and performing "Variations on a theme of Suppin' Yal" by Joshua Tetley. I intend to perform regularly throughout the day either in the hall bar or in the Royal Oak. As has been stated above, it's a great little contest and the beer is superb. I hope to be wearing a tMP polo shirt (when I get round to ordering it, that is!), so, please say hi and take pity if my glass looks like the beer in the bottom is getting lonely.
See you there.


Active Member
sudcornet said:
This time I'm looking forward to listening to a few bands and performing "Variations on a theme of Suppin' Yal" by Joshua Tetley

Doh! We were going to play that one.



You telling me the Mighty Imps are not entering this one,surely a chance for a trophy me thinks.Oh well, theres always the Scottish open..

Richard Wilton(Grimey)
It will be my first time there :)
If it's a good as everyones saying I'll have to make sure I'm not driving that day, although knowing my luck we'll be drawn last :evil:
Hope to see some of you there.
:lol: :D :lol:
Though you were going to bring us a band Richard??????

It would be nice to see some more in section C

HILARY DO NOT DRIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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