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Albert Inn, Morley New Comic Jazz Band (Morley) (1 comment)
Black & White imageUndated. The notice held up by the side of this band of musicians states Morley New Comic Jazz Band. The photo looks to have been taken outside the Albert Inn, which was part of a terrace row on Albert Road close to the Miners' Arms. Whether or not this is a different band to the Parrock Nook Band, or the same band under a different name, is not known. Certainly it has the same type of musical instruments and similar comic dress. Photograph from the David Atkinson Archive by T. A. Stephenson.
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Ark Royal Parade, Royal Marines Band (City Centre)
Colour image21st November 2003 View looks up towards Portland Crecent. In the centre are the Royal Marines Band who are lined up ready to march onto Millennium Square to take part in a ceremony commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Ark Royal being granted the freedom of the City.
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Ark Royal Parade, Royal Marines Band (City Centre)
Colour image21st November 2003 View shows the Royal Marines Band, performing as part of 30th anniversary celebrations of the Ark Royal being granted the freedom of the City of Leeds. This is the Scotland band, one of five Royal Marines Bands in the country. This band is based in Rosyth, Fife and covers the North of Great Britain. The band members wear ceremonial uniform including white pith helmets. On the right of the view is the Bandmaster who conducts the band and the Drum Major who carries the Staff and is responsible for ceremonial and disciplinary matters.
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Ark Royal Parade, Royal Marines Band, Calverley Street, Town Hall (City Centre)
Colour image21st November 2003 View shows the Royal Marines Band leading the Ark Royal parade through the City of Leeds. At the head of the band is the Drum Major who carries a ceremonial staff. Band members wear dress uniform including white pith helmets. The march passes Leeds Town Hall as it progresses along Calverley Street.
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Armley and Wortley Prize Band (Unknown) (3 comments)
Black & White image7th November 1948. Image shows the Armley and Wortley Prize Band taken in 1948. The message on the reverse side of the photograph reads 'Armistice Fun'. The boy seated in the centre is holding a poppy wreath of Remembrance. David William Thompson is identified as second from the right on the front row. The Band are posing for the camera in front of a brick building, perhaps a church or chapel. A positive identification of this building would be welcomed.
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