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Kings Norton Royal British Legion Youth Marching Band is a local marching band from Kings Norton, Birmingham, England, which uses bugles, fifes and both tuned and un-tuned percussion.

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Kings Norton Royal British Legion Youth Marching Band

The band attends several events across the UK including competitions in which they were extremely successful throughout the 2006 season. The band came away from each event with first place. Due to this success, in November 2006, the band were invited to the Traditional Youth Marching Band Association (TYMBA) National championships and were made TYMBA National Champions 2006 and 2006 league winners. The band will be resuming competition in the 2007 season in the contest class. On the 4 March 2007, the band entered a Drill Squad in to the Royal British Legion Brentwood Drill Competition. The band achieved 48/50 for its drill, winning the competition. The squad also came second in the turnout marks with 47/50. During the 2007 TYMBA season, the band has won first place in the contest class at both the Hornchurch Marching band championships and the Halesowen Scout Band Competition.[1]

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