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We are a local Town Silver Band with over 100 years history. Shaftesbury Town Band started life in 1869 and was known as “The Penny Whistle Band” (due to the fact that it consisted mostly of whistle pipes!). It later became a Fife and Drum Band. Early records as to who was in charge are sketchy, but it is known that from 1895 to 1898 Mr. Ben Strange, a local boot maker, took on the job of Bandmaster, handing over in 1898 to Mr. George Hillier, a watch and clock maker from Salisbury Street

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