On the long weekend of 28 – 30 September 2018, the South London Fellowship Band (Conductor Darrell Scholes) visited the northwest of England, with events in Blackpool and Carlisle. Despite challenges with travel and accommodations, the trip was ultimately successful and satisfying, with two concerts and Sunday morning worship during the trip.
A warm and balmy welcome greeted the South London Fellowship Band (Musical Director Darrell Scholes) as they visited the Sunshine Coast and Eastbourne Corps on the weekend of 15 – 16 July 2017. This was a return visit for the band, the last journey to Eastbourne being four years earlier, almost to the day. The weekend included a Saturday night festival, morning and afternoon worship at Eastbourne Corps, and an open-air concert at the seaside.
On the weekend of 27 – 28 September 2014, the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Darrell Scholes) celebrated its 20th anniversary. The weekend festivities were held at Bromley Temple Corps in front of an audience made up of former members and friends made over the last twenty years.
The South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Darrell Scholes) made another visit to Emmanuel United Reformed Church in West Wickham on 14 March 2014. The band has frequently visited this church, and this time was no different as they presented a varied program of music and choral singing.
The weather for the evening was rather cold and damp on 10 November 2012, but the visit of the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham) to St. John the Evangelist Church in Penge was warm and inspiring.
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.
A capacity audience attended an evening of music commemorating the 100th birthday of Lt.-Colonel Eileen Thomas on 21 April 2012 at Royal Tunbridge Wells Corps. The surprise event was supported by the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham).
Two brothers once again shared a stage as they both celebrate the centenary of their family band. This unique opportunity was made possible by the South London Fellowship Band (Bandmaster Major George Whittingham) agreeing to share the platform with members of the Gadsden Band during their most recent concert at the Addison Centre in Kempston Bedford on 16 October 2010.