Introduction

The villages of Carharrack and St Day lie six miles southwest of Truro. There has been a brass band connected with these two villages since 1912.

Initially brass players were predominately male, however, over the years this has changed and today Carharrack & St Day Silver Band has 12 female players and 8 bandsmen. Practice takes place on Wednesday and Friday evenings under the direction of Roy Trelease, the 17th musical director of the band.

The villages lie at the heart of what was once a thriving mining industry, with some of the first practices taking place in the outbuildings of Ting Tang Mine. To this day remnants of this industry can still be seen in the abundance of mine buildings in the area.

The music that Carharrack & St Day Silver Band play demonstrates the fun and light heartiness of this youthful group of musicians.

Members of Carharrack & St Day Silver Band (Senior and Junior Band) After there Centenary Brass on the Grass Concert 2012

Members of Carharrack & St Day Silver Band (Senior and Junior Band)
After there Centenary Brass on the Grass Concert 2012

The Website

This website is packed with a wealth of information about the Carharrack & St Day Silver Band past, present and future.

Please take a look through our website and enjoy finding out about the band. If you would like to come and listen to us then take a look at our list of engagements to find out what we’re up to. If you’re visiting the area feel free to drop in during any of the evening rehearsals.

We continually update our website with the latest engagement photographs and with information about the band.

To navigate your way around the website please use the menu at the top of the page, alternatively you can use the links at the bottom of each the page.

We hope you enjoy your visit to the website – don’t forget to sign the Guestbook! If you have any queries or comments please don’t hesitate contact us.