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Welcome to the official website of Chippenham Town Band

Chippenham Town Band is a Brass and Wind Band which plays a wide range of music.  We tend to play at fetes, balls and concerts; with seasonal variations e.g. carolling, park events. Instruments include woodwind, brass and percussion. There are over 15 regular members, however some events may feature a smaller group. We play music from most genres: Big Band, theme tunes, classical and marches, to name but a few!


Video made by Alex Walker for The Cause Music and Arts Centre. www.alexandrawalker.com

Alan Horner has been the Band Master since the band was reformed in 1992, having received his Band Master Certificate in 1974. He started playing brass instruments in 1947 and has played in various bands both as a professional and an amateur, performing in Germany, France, Gibraltar, Cyprus and all over the UK. Alan is now retired but still enjoys playing the flugel horn and trumpet.

We rehearse every Monday 7:15 – 9:15pm (except on Bank Holidays and in December) at The Cause, 42 The Causeway, Chippenham, SN15 3DD.  www.thecausemusicandarts.com

We are always on the lookout for new members, so do contact us if you are interested in finding out more.

Latest News

  • July 2016 - Dauntsey Fete
    At the Old Pond House, Dauntsey, a variety of stalls were setup for the Feast and Fete. We were under a marquee but luckily the weather turned bright and there was a great turnout of people to the event. We played a large variety of tunes, from "My... read more...

  • June 2016 - Biddestone Village Fete
    Thankfully the rain held out until after our set, playing on the Village Green among the various stalls. A delightful afternoon was had by all! read more...

  • June 2016 - Devizes Wharf – A Walk To Remember
    Today saw a more unusual location for a band concert; by Devizes Wharf. The Alzheimers Support charity had setup two marquees for us, close to the finish line of a sponsored walk. We played whilst the courageous people arrived, having completed eit... read more...

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