Jack Perry and Robin Ensol

Following the sad news of Tres Fountain We have been advised that Jack Perry who was a percussionist in the continental days and Robin Ensol who also played in our band a few years ago have also passed away

Tres Fountain

It is with sadness that we have heard of the death of Tresnor (Tres) Fountain.  Tres has a long association with what is now the City of Sails Brass Band having served as a Committee Member, President, long-term Librarian and number one supporter.  The band was incredibly successful during her tenure as President, winning several championships and touring to the United Kingdom to perform at the British Open. Tresnor’s involvement in the band was originally through her husband Lambert and the family legacy lives on through the magnificent facilities at the Lambert Fountain Memorial Bandroom in Onehunga.  Tres was also involved in supporting a number of National Youth Bands and also gave willingly of her time to assist with contests, concerts and other jobs as required for many different organisations.

A memorial service will be held for Tres at the Manukau Memorial Gardens at 2:00pm on Wednesday 3 July.  The family have requested a band to perform if possible at this service.  If you are available and could help celebrate the life of Tres in this way can you please fill out the following RSVP so that a balanced ensemble can be formed.  The band will be directed by Nigel Weeks.

Onehunga RSA Anzac day

The band were proud to play for the Anzac day service at the OneHunga RSA

A large crowd enjoyed the annual service with the traditional music , address and the laying of Wreaths

Congratulations to Daniel for his maiden rendition of Last post

Well played Daniel

Daniel and Alyson
Brett , Bill and David
Full RSA
Flags and the Ode
Ken and David

AGM 2018

Notice of AGM

Please note the AGM will be held on Monday 29th October at the bandhall start 7:45

 

all welcome and looking for new people interested in helping the band out so come along and offer your help.

 

Parkhaven and Tui House

Another Fantastic afternoon Playing to a truly appreciative audience at Parkhaven and Tui House on Saturday with big thanks to our sponsors for their  support

Favorite music was Misty played by young Liam and Hot Toddy !

Favorite Instrument Tenor Horn and Flugel

Great Fun and Looking forward to entertaining more people very soon

Liam Playing Misty

New Sponsors

Many thanks to Foundation North and Tamaki Local board for their Fantastic support allowing the band to support Local community Events

Look out for new events in the next few weeks !!