The band were sorry to hear that former bandsman Bram Hoar had passed away earlier today. Bram had suffered with ill health for a number years since moving away from the band. Our thoughts and prayers are with his widow Beverly, children Nikki, Grant and Stacey and their families.
We are sorry to confirm that for the first time in more than 60 years, there will be no Pre Contest Festival given by Enfield Citadel Band to herald the start of the National Contest weekend in London this year. As the contest itself has been cancelled, we confirm we have taken the decision to follow suit, in compliance with … Read More
During Covid-19 lockdown the band is unable to contribute to regular Sunday meetings. However, like may SA centres around the UK, our new Commanding Officers have instigated online meetings at 10am and during the week. If you would like to receive this form of Worship, please follow the link above to our new corps You Tube channel, where you can … Read More
The band are pleased to welcome Major Sharen and Captain Glenn Furlong as the new Commanding Officers at Enfield Citadel. As a consequence of this change, we bid farewell to Jonathan Gaudion who has been in the band for the past 4 years as part of the Baritone and latterly the Bass section. We thank Jonathan for his service and … Read More
The band were sorry to learn earlier today of the passing of former bandsman Ron Pusey. Ron was for many years the Bass Trombone player with the band, joining in the years following the North American tour. He toured with the band to Norway (1975) and New Zealand and Australia (1980). Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Sheridan … Read More