After a very successful visit to Chorley last year, one of the Army’s top regimental bands is returning for a concert at Chorley Town Hall on Sunday, 14th October.
The Royal Gibraltar Regiment Band, along with their Corps of Pipes and Drums, are coming back to the UK – Chorley will be their only appearance outside London and the South East of England.
A fundraiser for the Chorley Remembers project, monies raised will go towards a brand new and permanent ‘Remembrance Experience’ exhibition at the Astley Hall complex in the town, due to open in early 2013.
Tickets are priced just £10 for adults and £7.50 for Senior Citizens and Students and are on sale at Malcolm’s Musicland on Chapel Street in Chorley or direct from the organisers by calling 01254 854298.
Alternatively, you can downloaded an order form here.
Commenting on the band’s return to Chorley, Lindsay Hoyle, the MP for Chorley and Chairman of the Chorley Remembers project said: “We had a great night last year, with a promise of a return to Chorley, and are pleased to welcome the band back. We are looking forward to another entertaining evening”.
Echoing his comments, event organiser, Steve Williams said: “Over two hundred people came last year and all went away saying that the band were excellent. We have three hundred tickets available this year and hope to make it a sell out”.