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Grade A marching band wins honours.

A TOP Scout marching band in Coventry passed its annual inspection with flying colours.

The Lord Mayor, Cllr Ram Lakha, was invited to conduct the 47th annual inspection of Coventry's 13th Scout Group Marching Band in front of an audience of 200 at the Jaguar social club, in Middle-march Road, Radford.

Young members of the band were given a Grade A certificate of excellence.

Musical arranger Stefan Dumbleton said: "A lot of people said the band improves year after year and they really enjoy coming to watch us."

The band is now preparing to appear in the Jersey Battle of Flowers in August after being invited for the second time in three y ears.
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 20, 2006
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