Nationally acclaimed Leyland Band at Holy Trinity this month
We’re looking forward to the nationally-acclaimed and ever-popular Leyland Band, who will perform at Holy Trinity Church on Sunday 30 September, 3pm.
Leyland Band spokesman Gary Westwood said, “A week later we will be performing in the Royal Albert Hall, representing the North West in the finals of the National Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. This comes hard on the heels of our appearance in the 2018 British Open Brass Band Championships, where we were delighted to appear on the podium with a 6th place order of merit, in a field of 19 of the world’s best bands.”
New Trinity Hobbies Group
Want to get out of the house, meet new people and have fun?
Trinity Arts is starting a new hobby group, which meets on the third Wednesday evening of the month.
Sessions will range from bread making to Christmas flower table decorations, hand massage and continental chocolates at Easter.
Trinity Hobbies coordinator Barbara Harvey said, ‘We’ll be a welcome space for those who want to meet other people, perhaps those who feel isolated on their own, or those who want to regularly learn something new. In fact this group will be great to anyone.’
The first session is on Bread and Biscuit Making on 17 October from 8pm – 10pm, cost just £1.50 to cover costs, including refreshments. It will be held at Holy Trinity Church Parish Centre on Hoghton Street.
The group is also appealing for ideas for future evenings – and people willing to run the two-hour sessions, so any photographers, calligraphers, scrapbookers or others, who would like to donate their services, please contact email@example.com
The group may also be featured in the Asda Green Token Giving Programme in the autumn so people can donate that way.
Summer Concert “top class”
Over 100 people were thrilled with the stirring performance of Francis Goodwin at Holy Trinity Church in August as he wowed his audience with Bach, Debussy and Beethoven. Comments ranged from ‘absolutely superb’, ‘top class’, and ‘delightful to see young talent’ to ‘an amazing feat of memory to play complicated music. One of Southport’s own.’