We are trying to raise £300,000 to build a bandroom. Our current rented space is now too small to meet our growing needs. A new bandroom will give us the ability to further expand our bands, and to develop our community brass and beginner groups. We also plan to open a brass music academy for individual and group teaching.
How the money will be spent
We need to raise the money to build a purpose built bandroom which is centrally located in Amersham. This will cover the capital cost of construction and the freehold or lease of land as required. We will also use the money to launch the brass academy and to support disadvantaged children who want to learn a brass instrument.
How this will benefit the community
Music making within a group has many positive aspects, it is fun, reduces stress, encourages social interaction, and can inspire people to take action to change their lives. Our plans for Amersham Band will extend the accessibility of learning music throughout the local community, in particular to young people and senior citizens. The development of our bands will mean that we can give more performances for the enjoyment of local people, supporting more local events and social activities.
We also plan to make the building available to other community users when not in use by the band. This will be a welcome addition to local facilities as there is currently a shortage of community-use property.
How you can help
We have made a good start by raising nearly £73,000. Help us reach the target by making a charitable donation, big or small, via Local Giving,
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Tell your family, friends and neighbours and ask if they can help us too.
If you prefer to pay by cheque, please make it payable to Amersham Band and post to Amersham Bandroom Appeal, 24 Kings Lane, South Heath, Great Missenden, Bucks. HP16 0QY. If you are a tax payer then please print and fill in the gift-aid form so that we can claim the tax relief.