Who We Are?
We are an amateur brass band based in Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
As the Doncaster area’s leading brass band, we aim to provide entertainment, through concerts and participation in contests, for the enjoyment of all ages – both the public and our band members.
Our principal objective is to advance, improve, develop, and maintain education in, and appreciation of, the art and culture of brass band music in all its aspects, through practice, training, and performance.
As part of our communities’ cultural heritage, we aspire to stimulate and encourage young people to participate in brass band activities, by providing learning and development opportunities and the facilities for anyone who may be interested in learning.
Please use this website to find out the latest news about the band, our upcoming engagements, and our current player line-up. Along with information regarding how to sponsor the band, our Funding page explains how you can help with band funds simply by doing your online shopping. There’s also our 100 Club, where you can join with other supporters of the band and compete for the monthly lottery prizes.
If you wish to get in contact with the band please use our online contact form
To Book The Band
If you are interested in making a booking enquiry please contact the band’s secretary using our booking enquiry form
Hatfield Band secured the support of Hatfield Town Council at the end of 2005. The band is most grateful for this support!
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Most Recent Recording
Treasurer and 100 Club Manager
The band is delighted to announce the appointment of Richard Marshall and Vicki Kennedy as its new conducting partnership. Having both been associated with the band for many years, both as former Principal Cornet players, the conducting partnership begins with...
The band bade a sad farewell to its former Top Man, Front Row and Sop player Tim Pratt yesterday at Woodlands Crematorium in Scunthorpe. Tim passed at the age of 50 on 4th May 2023, far too soon for a man in his prime. Constrained by the available space, a small...
Whether you're currently playing, are a lapsed player, or even if you have never put your lips to a brass instrument before, how do you fancy giving it a go? The chance of a lifetime, to see if you are inspired to get into this cultural pastime that predominated...
The band is delighted to have been invited to play for the visit of King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, to Doncaster on Wednesday 9th November 2022. The Royal guests are visiting the town to formally bestow City status following its grant by Her Majesty...