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Snowdown Colliery Welfare Band is a member of the Snowdown Welfare Club, which is a Registered Charity (Charity Number: 302675)

Library Search - COMPOSER contains Langford, Gordon

Title Composer Arranger Style
All Through the Night - Langford, Gordon Hymn
Blaydon Races - Langford, Gordon Popular Tune
Drink To Me Only Langford, Gordon - -
Flight of the Tees Langford, Gordon Langford, Gordon Descriptive
La Danza Rossini Langford, Gordon -
Lark in the Clear Air, The - Langford, Gordon -
Men of Harlech - Langford, Gordon Traditional
Merry Mancunians Langford, Gordon - Concert March
Metropolis Langford, Gordon - Overture
My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose - Langford, Gordon Traditional
New World Fantasy - Langford, Gordon -
Our Boys Will Shine Tonight - Langford, Gordon -
Rhapsody on Sea Shanties Langford, Gordon - Selection
Rusalkas Song to the Moon Dvorak, A Langford, Gordon -
Steven Foster Fantasy, A - Langford, Gordon -
When the Saints Go Marching In - Langford, Gordon Traditional

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12 December 2017
Selsted School

15 December 2017
St finbars Aylesham

16 December 2017
Sandwich Town Party

News Bites

19 Jan 2017 - Website got a bit of a tidy up and update. More to come with a "New" and "Improved" site coming soon

20 Aug 2014 - Monday's job postcode is CT15 4AN.

30 May 2012 - Thanks to all those that could make it this morning (Wednesday) , for the French Students who visited the village for their studies into Mining and it's communities. We had a good question and answer time after some playing and they seemed happy with all they heard.

28 May 2012 - New photo added to Band Photo Album of Mick Sole in 1962.

29 Apr 2012 - First outing in the SCABA 2nd section and we got a 5th place (out of 8). Well done band!

18 Apr 2012 - Latest Band photo (with 2011 trophies) used as new website header. Also new photos added to the band photo album.

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Band Humour

Q. How many trumpet players does it take to change a lightbulb?
A. Five. One to change the bulb and four to contemplate how Louie Armstrong would have done it.