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Sgt Ella Warman visits the studio from The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band

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I was very lucky to have the lovely Sgt Warman visit me on my Sunday morning show from The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band, who you may have seen playing at local events around Essex.

The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band is a traditional marching band based in Essex, England. The band was founded in 1990 by Mr John Wyndham MBE to provi
de local youth an environment to develop life-skills in a fun, safe and musical way. Since 1990 the band has developed into a highly successful group with a renowned international reputation. With over 100 members, led by a cadre of staff who are all volunteers, the youngest musicians are just 10 years old and many of the new recruits join the band with no previous musical experience. With a multifunctional capability the band performs at concerts, parades and tattoos throughout the year. As honorary members of the 49th (West Riding) Infantry Division Polar Bear Association the band proudly wear the Polar Bear insignia on their scarlet red tunics.

Ella was a delight to interview and you could see just how passionate she was about the band, we spoke about the many different aspects of band life and also promoted their upcoming concert with The Band of The Parachute Regiment on Sunday March 12th held at the band room in Warley. (Tickets still available)  I’ve got my
ticket!! 

Ella’s main points:
1) Being in the band is awesome. It is more than music and marching, band is an extended family.
2) The concert is going to be fabulous. There will be no better way to spend the evening than in our band room on March 12th. Some tickets are still available.
I did find it hard not to reminisce about my glory days being in the band playing cornet, I spent over 8 years as a member, travelling all over the world playing at the most amazing venues including visiting California and playing in the disney parade. I had such a wonderful time being part of the band and would highly recommend it to anyone who was thinking of joining. You don’t even have too know how to play an instrument, they will teach you from scratch, all for just £1 a week.. amazing!! The band meets on a Monday and Wednesday evening from 7pm-9pm, so why not pop along and give it a go! 

 

Thank you to everyone who tuned in and a special thanks to Ella. 17021470_10155043967499813_6693520556895939296_n16990289_10154953816323529_640979813_o

See you next week for more ‘Live With Libby’ Sundays 10am -12pm. 

Sgt Ella Warman visits the studio from The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band

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16995990_10155043967494813_2479585479240793670_n

I was very lucky to have the lovely Sgt Warman visit me on my Sunday morning show from The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band, who you may have seen playing at local events around Essex.

The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band is a traditional marching band based in Essex, England. The band was founded in 1990 by Mr John Wyndham MBE to provi
de local youth an environment to develop life-skills in a fun, safe and musical way. Since 1990 the band has developed into a highly successful group with a renowned international reputation. With over 100 members, led by a cadre of staff who are all volunteers, the youngest musicians are just 10 years old and many of the new recruits join the band with no previous musical experience. With a multifunctional capability the band performs at concerts, parades and tattoos throughout the year. As honorary members of the 49th (West Riding) Infantry Division Polar Bear Association the band proudly wear the Polar Bear insignia on their scarlet red tunics.

Ella was a delight to interview and you could see just how passionate she was about the band, we spoke about the many different aspects of band life and also promoted their upcoming concert with The Band of The Parachute Regiment on Sunday March 12th held at the band room in Warley. (Tickets still available)  I’ve got my
ticket!! 

Ella’s main points:
1) Being in the band is awesome. It is more than music and marching, band is an extended family.
2) The concert is going to be fabulous. There will be no better way to spend the evening than in our band room on March 12th. Some tickets are still available.
I did find it hard not to reminisce about my glory days being in the band playing cornet, I spent over 8 years as a member, travelling all over the world playing at the most amazing venues including visiting California and playing in the disney parade. I had such a wonderful time being part of the band and would highly recommend it to anyone who was thinking of joining. You don’t even have too know how to play an instrument, they will teach you from scratch, all for just £1 a week.. amazing!! The band meets on a Monday and Wednesday evening from 7pm-9pm, so why not pop along and give it a go! 

 

Thank you to everyone who tuned in and a special thanks to Ella. 17021470_10155043967499813_6693520556895939296_n16990289_10154953816323529_640979813_o

See you next week for more ‘Live With Libby’ Sundays 10am -12pm. 

Sgt Ella Warman visits the studio from The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band

16939481_10155042725454813_4034783191792772647_n
16995990_10155043967494813_2479585479240793670_n

I was very lucky to have the lovely Sgt Warman visit me on my Sunday morning show from The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band, who you may have seen playing at local events around Essex.

The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band is a traditional marching band based in Essex, England. The band was founded in 1990 by Mr John Wyndham MBE to provi
de local youth an environment to develop life-skills in a fun, safe and musical way. Since 1990 the band has developed into a highly successful group with a renowned international reputation. With over 100 members, led by a cadre of staff who are all volunteers, the youngest musicians are just 10 years old and many of the new recruits join the band with no previous musical experience. With a multifunctional capability the band performs at concerts, parades and tattoos throughout the year. As honorary members of the 49th (West Riding) Infantry Division Polar Bear Association the band proudly wear the Polar Bear insignia on their scarlet red tunics.

Ella was a delight to interview and you could see just how passionate she was about the band, we spoke about the many different aspects of band life and also promoted their upcoming concert with The Band of The Parachute Regiment on Sunday March 12th held at the band room in Warley. (Tickets still available)  I’ve got my
ticket!! 

Ella’s main points:
1) Being in the band is awesome. It is more than music and marching, band is an extended family.
2) The concert is going to be fabulous. There will be no better way to spend the evening than in our band room on March 12th. Some tickets are still available.
I did find it hard not to reminisce about my glory days being in the band playing cornet, I spent over 8 years as a member, travelling all over the world playing at the most amazing venues including visiting California and playing in the disney parade. I had such a wonderful time being part of the band and would highly recommend it to anyone who was thinking of joining. You don’t even have too know how to play an instrument, they will teach you from scratch, all for just £1 a week.. amazing!! The band meets on a Monday and Wednesday evening from 7pm-9pm, so why not pop along and give it a go! 

 

Thank you to everyone who tuned in and a special thanks to Ella. 17021470_10155043967499813_6693520556895939296_n16990289_10154953816323529_640979813_o

See you next week for more ‘Live With Libby’ Sundays 10am -12pm. 

Sgt Ella Warman visits the studio from The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band

16939481_10155042725454813_4034783191792772647_n
16995990_10155043967494813_2479585479240793670_n

I was very lucky to have the lovely Sgt Warman visit me on my Sunday morning show from The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band, who you may have seen playing at local events around Essex.

The Brentwood Imperial Youth Band is a traditional marching band based in Essex, England. The band was founded in 1990 by Mr John Wyndham MBE to provi
de local youth an environment to develop life-skills in a fun, safe and musical way. Since 1990 the band has developed into a highly successful group with a renowned international reputation. With over 100 members, led by a cadre of staff who are all volunteers, the youngest musicians are just 10 years old and many of the new recruits join the band with no previous musical experience. With a multifunctional capability the band performs at concerts, parades and tattoos throughout the year. As honorary members of the 49th (West Riding) Infantry Division Polar Bear Association the band proudly wear the Polar Bear insignia on their scarlet red tunics.

Ella was a delight to interview and you could see just how passionate she was about the band, we spoke about the many different aspects of band life and also promoted their upcoming concert with The Band of The Parachute Regiment on Sunday March 12th held at the band room in Warley. (Tickets still available)  I’ve got my
ticket!! 

Ella’s main points:
1) Being in the band is awesome. It is more than music and marching, band is an extended family.
2) The concert is going to be fabulous. There will be no better way to spend the evening than in our band room on March 12th. Some tickets are still available.
I did find it hard not to reminisce about my glory days being in the band playing cornet, I spent over 8 years as a member, travelling all over the world playing at the most amazing venues including visiting California and playing in the disney parade. I had such a wonderful time being part of the band and would highly recommend it to anyone who was thinking of joining. You don’t even have too know how to play an instrument, they will teach you from scratch, all for just £1 a week.. amazing!! The band meets on a Monday and Wednesday evening from 7pm-9pm, so why not pop along and give it a go! 

 

Thank you to everyone who tuned in and a special thanks to Ella. 17021470_10155043967499813_6693520556895939296_n16990289_10154953816323529_640979813_o

See you next week for more ‘Live With Libby’ Sundays 10am -12pm. 

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