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B ! G bold as brass


OK, so you might not automatically think of a brass quartet when you are considering the options for your wedding music. But then you probably haven’t heard the Duchy Tuba Quartet perform and if that is the case, then you’re in for a real treat. This recently formed quartet consist of some very talented members, who have performed at the highest level as members of the country’s top brass bands, as soloists and as conductors in major competitions. One was the Euphonium Champion of GB on two separate occasions; another played with the world famous Brighouse & Rastrick Band and won competitions at a regional, national and European level; a third has held the seat of Principal Tuba in some of Scotland’s top bands and also with the European Youth Brass Band and the final member is currently Principal BBb Tuba with Camborne Town Band and has won the BBC Youth Band of the Year and National Youth Championships on three occasions! The quartet has a wide and varied repertoire and are happy to tailor a programme specifically for your wedding. You can meet the band and hear them play at the Cornish Brides Wedding Fair at the Green Lawns Hotel on Sunday, November 20 or contact them by email at duchytubaquartet@gmail.com


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sowing the seeds of love


For unique favours, who could resist this cute miniature metal watering can and a pack of seeds in a choice of Summer Flower, Forget-Me-Not, Sunflower, Poppy or Cornflower.


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what’s new on the bridal scene in Cornwall and beyond


ring of dreams


These gorgeous wedding bands are just a few of the extensive selection you can choose from at Walkers Jewellers in Penzance. Call into the shop in Causewayhead or see them at the Cornish Brides Wedding Fair at the Green Lawns Hotel (Falmouth) on Sunday, November 20


54 Cornish Brides : Autumn/Winter 2011


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