Tag Archives: Bram Chestney

17th Visit to Eastbourne for SLFB

From the opening march, Montreal Citadel, to the closing march, Mighty to Save, the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham) provided a varied and much-appreciated program on their 17th visit to Eastbourne Citadel on 13 July 2013.  Read more

Fellowship Band Mini-Tour

The South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster George Whittingham) made a long-awaited mini-tour of “middle-England” during the first week of June 2013.  Read more

SLFB at Eastbourne

A good crowd, drawn from far and wide, greeted the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham) for the commencement of its weekend visit to Eastbourne Citadel on 21 July 2012.  Read more

SLFB Visit to Ramsgate

The South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham) visited Ramsgate Corps for a concert on the evening of 11 May 2012.  Read more

SLFB Visit to Worthing

The South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham) made a weekend visit to Worthing, 1 - 2 April 2006. They were joined by the guest speaker for the weekend, Major John Waters and, for the Saturday evening festival, cornet soloist Keith Hutchinson.   Read more

Gravesend Hall Reopens with Fellowship Band Festival

The Salvation Army hall in Gravesend was reopened on Friday, 4 November 2005, following a renovation. The occasion was marked with a musical festival by the South London Fellowship Band (conducted by Major George Whittingham)  Read more

Southend Citadel Hosts “Two-in-One” Festival

Southend Citadel Corps hosted a “Two-in-One” Festival on Saturday, 22 October 2005. The concert featured two bands: the South London Fellowship Band (conducted by Major George Whittingham) and the London NE Divisional Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Geoffrey Jordan).  Read more

Friday Evening Festival in Penge

Major George Whittingham and the South London Fellowship Band traveled to Penge on Friday, 13 May 2005 for a concert at the Salvation Army hall. The event was arranged by Friends of Glebe Court, a group of volunteers who support the Salvation Army’s Eventide Home in Lewisham, South London.  Read more