Colonel Bogey

Aces High


Click the Links above to see photos and news of the bands

over the last few years


The Friendly Band

Loddon band sponsored by




Photo Brian Frederick

Listen to the Band

4 tracks for your enjoyment just click on the picture which is your link

Photo Kevin


Photo Kevin


Click on the photo to take you to a drop box link with some recordings made at the concert kindly provided by David Collins and click on the arrow to see a photo of the article in the Beccles† and Bungay Journal about the concert .

We practice every Thursday night @ 8 pm at the Hollies, next to the Post Office, in Loddon.
All are welcome to come and play or even to listen.
Text Box: Our Musical Director , Joe Knight, is the owner of Take Note Music, a top quality music shop in Lowestoft for all tastes.  He will help you with all your needs. To find out more please click on the blue and white sign above
The band in 2017 playing at the home of one of our members in Pulham

The Band has now completed its Christmas Programme and is grateful to those who hosted us for concerts.

There were concerts at a new venue at Thurton Parish Church and more familiar places in Loddon, The East Anglian Transport Museum, Potter Heigham Methodist Church and Norton Chapel.

We enjoyed it and hope you those who attended did too.

We are geting together a new programme now for the summer and available if you want to ask us to come. The contact details are on this website

Simon Linger will continue to conduct the band this year and Joseph Knight will remain as music director. It worked well last year with Joe providing arrangements for the band to play.

Ken Hicks has moved on and we are grateful to him for his valuable support and input over the past few years.

Guy Ludbrook will continue as Principal Cornet and Joe and Rachelís daughters Esther and Anna are now very much part of the band. Anna has just passed her Grade 3 cornet exam with distinction. :Well done Anna

We are sad to announce the passing away on the 10th January of Myrna Woolner, the dear wife of our long time trombone player Lloyd.

We send him and his family our deepest condolences at this time, we all knew Myrna as she came to lots of concerts. She was a lovely lady