Members of the South Wales Police Band include serving and retired Police Officers, Police Staff and Volunteers from the communities of South Wales.
The South Wales Police Band and Drums were formed in 1981 and over the years have played for many and varied audiences in the South Wales area, providing marching music for numerous parades, carnivals and formal occasions. Some of the notable highlights have included performances on the BBC's ‘Blue Peter’, ‘Children in Need’, ‘Songs of Praise’, playing for royalty and at the Berlin Tattoo.
The Police Band is also internationally renowned, having performed in France, Belgium and Malta to celebrate the Dunkirk evacuation of 1940 and the liberation of Northern France/Belgium in 1944.
The Police Band welcome requests for their attendance at future community based events, but due to heavy demand it is recommended that any requests are submitted many months in advance to Mr John Morgan via [email protected]
Alternatively, if you are interested in becoming a volunteer musician with the band, please email [email protected]
The main purpose of the role is to provide an inter-denominational pastoral support service to police officers, staff, volunteers and their families.
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