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We will be offering pre bookable

£5 for 15 mins taster sports massages

*Sunday 14th July 2024 ONLY* 15 minute Taster Sports Massage

£5 Physiotherapy MOT's - get your £5 back when you book initial assessment at clinic on the day

*Sunday 14th July 2024 ONLY* A 15 minute physiotherapy assessment with one of our experts, includes brief diagnosis, advice and treatment plan discussion. *Event Special Offer - booking price of £5 refunded when you attend an Initial Assessment + Treatment session (45 min appt) at our clinic*

They can be booked -

Wobble Cushion Competition - Chance to Win a Free Physiotherapy Session

on Sunday 14th July - from 10.30am to 5pm.

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The Iron Boot Scrapers

An Edwardian Rock band transported to the 21st Century, The Iron Boot Scrapers meld the Music Hall of the 1930's to the Rock of today, either with their own inimitable originals tunes, or with otherwise unique covers of pop/rock tunes. Using Edwardian period instruments, they foray out into the musical establishment to create their own,and unique sound. Playing for private functions and also festivals/venues.

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Tuto Tribe

An original 5-piece samba rock party band, Tuto Tribe are based in Southampton. Brazilian extrovert, Tuto, and his multi-national tribe of musicians perform joyful, fun-fueled and interactive shows with their modern, bright Brazilian sound with catchy, sing-along hooks and rhythms influenced by samba, rock, Jamaican music and jazz. Tuto Tribe describe their music as the virtual offspring of Jorge Ben, The Doors and Manu Chao, with songs written about love, life, travel and world citizenship.

Formed in early 2022, they have played at Victorious, Tropical Pressure and other festivals and s one fan described Tuto Tribe's performance: 'It is like you are on a holiday that you never planned going on.'  

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Emsworth Concert Band

Formed in 1986 as the Emsworth Marching Band, the band was first established to enable local young musicians to improve their music and to enjoy being part of a team. During the early years, the band took part in marching displays at various events before choosing to concentrate on concert work and a more demanding repertoire. Now called The Emsworth Concert Band, the band continues to go from strength and strength whilst remaining a community wind band that encourages local musicians to stretch their potential.

Many former band members have gone on to have successful military careers, serving with all three services, whilst others have become Bandmasters and Directors of Music.  

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