The Black Dyke Band is a registered charity. As well as receiving income from concerts and merchandise sales, it relies on public and private support. During the pandemic we have been unable to take part in concerts or festivals and our income has been drastically reduced. If you would like to help us maintain an income stream there are a number of different ways you can do this. Details can be found by clicking through on any of the blocks below.
The Black Dyke Band is a registered charity. As well as receiving income from concerts and merchandise sales, it relies on public and private support. Up until July 2017 the band was fortunate enough to be the recipient of funding through the Heritage Lottery fund.
It was through this funding that we were able to develop our Heritage Centre, showcasing the band’s history, illuminating the present, and imagining the future.
Our centre constantly evolves to improve the visitor experience. It complements a commitment to promoting music education, through both our Youth Band and our new online lesson series.
Our Heritage Lottery funding ceased in July 2017 and to keep our building alive, maintain our collection and update our displays we rely on public support. This can be done in different ways, from one-off donations to regular patronage, through our Giant Cash Bonanza, or by purchasing from our online shop. Please click on any of the links to find out more.
Thank you for your time and interest.