WESTBURY Conservative Club has lots in store over the coming months with free live music and a variety of seasonal events.
Organisers say, “This Friday, 9th November, the club hosts the Ray Jones Band. They are a three-piece rock band from Wiltshire. Their debut album “The Right Way” has been well received at both live shows and digitally across the internet. The album has short punchy rock songs, longer progressive numbers and a couple of strong ballads. There are even a couple of bonus punk tracks for fun. Doors are open all afternoon, with music starting approx 9pm.
On Saturday 17th November join crowd favourites ‘Train to Ska Ville’. The lively band cover songs by bands such as the Specials, Madness, Bob Marley, and Toots & The Maytals. Free entry with music starting at 9pm.
Then on Saturday 24th November local band Peaky Blinders perform. The Peaky Blinders were formed during a drunken evening in early 2015.
The aim was to put a band together to play a small festival. Three years on, the band are still playing the local pub/ festival scene and private functions, with a good few gigs under their belt and we still just love it.
“Feeling festive? Join in with the club’s Christmas Carol Concert with Corsham Band on Saturday 22nd December from 5pm-7pm followed by the club’s Christmas draw.
“Do you have children who are excited for Santa’s arrival? Let them burn off some steam at the Kids Christmas Party on Sunday 23rd December where the man himself may make an appearance, depending on his workload!
“Then when the big day is over, join in with the annual Boxing Day Horse Racing with the Gold Cup Grand National Festival. First race is at 1.30pm. “
For more information call the Conservative Club on 01373 822557 or visit their website – www.westbury cons.com