CLACKMANNAN and District Brass Band drew in its busiest crowd yet for their annual spring concert.

Held on Saturday, May 11, the brass bands three sections took to the stage to entertain visitors with an evening full of songs and tunes.

The spring concert is part of the brass band's busy events calendar and is always a big hit in Clacks.

The show kicked off at 7pm in the Alloa Town Hall with conductor Paul Drury leading the Youth and Development Band and the Beginner Band.

Band president Deborah Ross was beaming with delight at the turn out and the feedback left after the show.

"It was absolutely brilliant," Deborah said. "It was a really good night and so well-received.

"We've had lots of good comments in person and also from people on Facebook.

"We had people from other bands that we're friendly with commenting on how well we're sounding and we've had comments on how big the organisation has got.

"This has been the busiest audiences we've had at our spring concerts - we had between 130 and 140 there.

"That's why we play, we want to have an audience and plenty clapping going on.

"The music that the conductor chose really appealed to the audience and it was a really warm, but good night."

The Clackmannan District and Brass Band will be looking to do more shows throughout the year - keep an eye on their social media to keep up to date.