Conductor Michael Donnelly, 71, who joined the band in 1955 as a 15 year old, is fighting to save the historic band. He said it was part of the fabric of Newton Heath.
"It's the passion of the musicians that has made it what it is and hopefully we can use that now to try and find a new home but if anyone out there can help us in any way it would mean everything to us.
Michael added: "I don't want the band to die. The thought of Newton Heath without the Tall Hats is just unthinkable to me, when I think of all the generations who've gone before us I'm determined to keep the music playing.
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A famous brass band could be forced to fold after its 139 year home was earmarked for closure.
The Tall Hats have since played at major venues across the country and were the first to play at Blackpool's 3,000 capacity bandstand when it opened in 1929.
always looking for new members but most importantly we need somewhere to practise and to store our instruments and sheet music, otherwise we just can't continue to function."
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only two groups using it and we were losing around 10,000 a year.
Church closure could leave band brassed off
"I joined as a teenager as my father was in the band and we've got a lady who comes in and makes brews for us whose husband was with us in the 1930s.
The history of the group is a source of great pride for Michael, who hopes they can find a new home to write many more new chapters.
A spokesman from the church, which stopped holding services six years ago due to low turnout, said keeping it open was no longer an option due to massive financial losses.
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He said: "Unfortunately it wasn't being used, the congregation had long since gone to the Hope Methodist Church in Failsworth and we couldn't raise enough money through hosting clubs Nike Air Max 95 Black Gold
After its formation, the band quickly became known locally as The Tall Hats as they always wore silk top hats when playing as a marching band.
He said: "The amazing thing about the Tall Hats is how it's just kept going, through two world wars, through thick and thin.
"It's going to be incredibly sad to leave the church as we have so much history and if at all possible we want to stay in Newton Heath as this is where the heart and soul of the band is. This is home."
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The Culcheth Military Band, known as the 'Tall Hats', began playing at Culcheth Methodist Church in Newton Heath in 1873 and generations of local players have filled the historic building with the sound of music ever since.
But after the Manchester Methodist Association decided to close the church, the band now have just one month to find new facilities to practice and store their instruments or face having to play together for the last time.
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