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Tenbury Town Band enjoys a Scottish adventure
7:00am Saturday 7th September 2013 in News
TENBURY Town Band has spent an enjoyable week visiting Scotland as part of its 30th anniversary celebrations.
Thirty band members travelled to Edinburgh to experience the festival atmosphere, enjoy an evening at the Royal Military Edinburgh Tattoo and perform a concert at the National Museum of Flight.
Two one-hour concerts had been arranged for the enjoyment of all the visitors to the museum. The band set up to perform the concert underneath Concorde.
“As we walked into the hangar there was definitely a ‘wow’ moment. It really did take your breath away,” said band chairman Lorraine Gray.
In between concerts there was time for the band to look around the museum and experience all that was on of fer. This included walking through Concorde and having photographs taken.
There was also a Vulcan Bomber on display and many dif ferent hangars full of civil and military aircraft.
The rest of the week was spent visiting the sights Edinburgh had to offer - from the vibrant fringe festival scene, to a walk up Arthurs Seat.