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Pledge One:

Understand and Promote Respect, Responsibility and Rights of all in our Community

Pledge Two:

Encourage all in the community to respect and uphold the rights of everyone to be able to live in a safe

Pledge Three:

Recognise and fulfil our responsibility to each other and to our community town.

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Welcome to our community site giving you access to all the fun and entertainment on offer in the Sandhurst area.


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Formed in 1908, Sandhurst Silver Band is made up of two individual ensembles.  Sandhurst Community Brass, a non-contesting band made up of players ranging in ability, and Sandhurst Silver Band who compete nationally at the top level of brass banding.  The bands have their own bandroom in the centre of Sandhurst and as a development area, are looking to create a youth band in the near future.

Both bands regularly host concerts in the Sandhurst area, as well as appearing further afield.  So we look forward to welcoming you to hear the ‘Sounds of Sandhurst’.

For more information about joining the band, or in booking one of the bands for an engagement, please visit the band website -

Batty Evening at Shepherd Meadows

Thanks to all the people who came on the Blackwater Valley Countryside Trust Bat Walk from Shepherd Meadows car park on 9th September.

About 20 enthusiastic people came including several groups with pushchairs.

Steve Bailey gave an introductory talk including demonstrations with a bat puppet! Most people can’t hear bats calling, so each group was given a bat detector to tune into various bat frequencies.

Initially, the bats were reluctant to appear as the wind was blowing from the river making the hedge margins a bit chilly. We did hear one or two en-route to the Balancing pond….