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                         1972

For those who performed in 1972 a newly uncovered never seen before archive. Recorded at the Kent County Youth Band Championships, one of our first non Brigade competitions.

                         1980

For those around in 1980 a nostalgic moment from the past. Recently discovered a remastered video of the year in which we performed in the EMI film “The Mirror Cracked" directed by Guy Hamilton "of James Bond Fame" and starring alongside international film stars; Angela Lansbury, Elizabeth Taylor, Rock Hudson, Kim Novak, Geraldine Chaplin, Edward Fox and Tony Curtis. Plus a very young Pierce Brosnan in one of his film screen debuts. The screenplay required us to temporarily revert back to the 1950's with our old Bb bugles and uniforms of that era.    

                         1989

On the 2nd July 1989 The Pacemakers participated at the South Coast Marching Band Championships in Brighton

                         1990

The Temple Brigades' first Joint display.  The fanfare featured at the beginning was also performed on two Royal occasions in 1989 at the Royal Film Premier of "The Return of the Musketeers" and in 1990 at the re-opening of the Imperial War Museum in the presence of HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH,  THE  QUEEN   MOTHER

                         1990

Crawley Band Championship

                         1990

On the 24th November 1990 The Pacemakers participated in the British Youth Band Association Finals at The N.E.C. in Birmingham

                         1992

Boys' Brigade National Showcase Marching Band Championships  

                         1994

20th November 1994 British Youth Band Association 
Finals - Birmingham N.I.A.

                         1995

First European Championship performance in Lier - Belgium, with some extra footage of the escapades on the way home. See if you can spot any familiar faces, now Senior Staff Members !

                         1974

Ever wondered how the name of The Pacemakers originated. For two weeks In April 1974, ninety members from the 13th Bromley Boys' Brigade were invited to participate in a National Boys' Brigade recruiting film, which they subsequently named "THE PACEMAKERS" and the name has remained ever since.

                         1982

One of the very earliest Drum Corps UK Championships recorded at Maidstone Football Stadium - Kent and being one of the first recordings of the Pacemakers playing American 'G' Bugles

                         1989

On the 3rd August 1989 eleven members of the Pacemakers’ brass line played the opening fanfare for the Royal World Charity Premiere of "The Return of the Musketeers" at the Odeon Cinema Leicester Square, in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses, The Duke and Duchess of  York

                         1990

On the 4th November 1990 The Pacemakers participated in the British Youth Band Championships at The Wembley Arena

                         1992

Saturday 6th June 1992. 13th Bromley BB & 1st Mary Cray GB

participated at the National Boys' Brigade Marching Band Championships at Bingley Hall, Staffordshire 

                         1992

Crawley Band Championship

                         1995

BYBA Contest at Colchester  

                         1995

22nd October 1995 British Youth Band Association 
Finals - Birmingham N.I.A.

                         1996

British Youth Band Association Championships - Colchester

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