Salvation Army Mansfield

Visit of Eric Ball, Composer, Adjudicator and Conductor, and who has been described by a noted figure in the banding world as The Mozart of the Brass Band Movement, to the Salvation Army at Mansfield, circa 1959/60.

Left to right:

Eric Shakespeare, Ron Blythe, Norman Gunn, Frank Day, Bill Bartram,

Keith Lawson, Reg Wright, Bernard Jarvis

Front:

Eric Ball, Norman Bills, Harry Addison, Tony Hughes, Les Cook, Bill Storey

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  • Remember my Father Sam Riggs stayed with Mr and Mrs Storey probably 1963,vaguely remember Mr Storey’s funeral Sam Riggs transferred from Kirkcaldy Sinclairton corps worked at Plessey pit we stayed in Ruth st before it was demolished. JOHN RIGGS.

    By John Riggs (18/01/2021)
  • Looks like Ron Blythe I used to work with at Silverhill

    By km (19/12/2020)
  • My grandad was Bill Bartram 

    By Kerry Smith (24/12/2016)
  • I was only 8 yrs old but can remember the visit of Eric Ball.I am the niece of Harry Addison (deceased) and Major Les Cook who now lives in Carlisle.

    By Carol Barson (28/04/2013)

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