Grosmont Nave will be the setting for a second Last Night of the Proms on Saturday, September 3 when the Hereford Concert Band will once again be on hand to display their very special and exciting sound. They will be joined by the Kitchen Singers - Grosmont's own group of songsters - conducted by Jean Cooper Smith .

The Band, under the baton of John Griffiths, will display some of its glittering repertoire - including the Cry of the Last Unicorn - and the Singers will perform songs from the Bavarian Highlands by Elgar with Huw Morgan on the piano. All will join together for Norman Tailor’s very noisy and steamy Gospel Train - and the evening ends with the traditional Sea Songs and Pomp and Circumstance March of Edward Elgar. At this point they expect a lot of singing and flag-waving... Doors open at 7pm for 7.30 p.m. start - admission £5 on the door, children free - and there is an interval bar.