A programme of West Country activities and ideas including talks on : Recent arrivals at the Port of Plymouth, by John R. M. Dalgleish
The Quincentenary of the Sherborne Almshouse, by the Master and the Prior of the Almshouse
Square Pegs in Square Holes, by T. W. Glennie of the Secondary Schools Careers Council for Gloucestershire, Somerset, and Wiltshire
John R. M.
Conductor, S. G. Brookes
Rosina Daniels (contralto)
The Exeter Hall Salvation Army Band was formed in Plymouth nearly fifty years ago. It holds periodical open-air meetings near.the Mayflower Stone and Monument, and has visited H.M. Prisons at Mutley and Dartmoor. Most of the musicians have been entirely trained by S. G. Brookes , who has been their bandmaster during the last eleven years.
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