By now the Corps had stopped competing in competitions, as there were many more American style corps involved, which the Corps criteria didn’t meet. It was then decided the Corps would concentrate on commercial work, as they were in demand by many events around the country. Most weekends throughout the summer the Corps would be performing somewhere and still with a strong band of 60-65.
In 1992 the Corps took part in the National Music Day Parade, which started from horse guards parade. The Corps played for other bands whilst drum majors were being inspected by Prince Michael of Kent. The parade then set of down the Mall and past Buckingham Palace.