Apps for Ringing Practice – Methodology

By on 06-Jul-2019 - Methodology is an ‘app’ for Android smart-phones and tablets that is intended to serve the purpose of method reference and as a learning aid. (Sorry no Apple version available.) One of the fascinating things about ringing is that everybody seems to have their own way of learning a method – there is no standard way […] Read more

..and 5 make 13.

By on 05-Jul-2019 - At the Sedgemoor Ringing Centre in St Mary’s Bridgwater we are starting a project to augment our existing 8 bells to 13 including a flat 6th.  This has been made possible by generous grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund,  Viridor Credits, the B&W Association and local authorities and individuals, who have sponsored bells, with local […] Read more

ART accredited teachers needed at Tulloch this winter

By on 03-Jul-2019 - Are you an ART accredited teacher? Would you like a week (preferably 2) staying in the beautiful Scottish Highlands supporting a small local band?   Free accommodation is available in 2019/20 for any week commencing on a Saturday from: Sat Nov 2nd – Sat Dec 14th Sat Jan 4th –  Sat 16th Feb Sat 23rd […] Read more

Lytchett Allsorts ‘Plain Bob Doubles Challenge’

By on 17-Jun-2019 - When it was decided to launch a bell restoration project at St Mary’s Lytchett Matravers in Dorset, Tower Captain Debbie Phipps came up with a clever fund-raising idea which will benefit the band once they are ringing on their newly restored bells as well. Debbie writes; I have challenged ringers from Lytchett Matravers and Lytchett […] Read more

Module 1 course to be held at the East Riding Ringing Centre, 27th July 2019

By on 17-Jun-2019 - Tutored by Gill Hughes, this course held on the 27th July is the first part of the ART Training scheme. Ideal for those who would like to teach bell handling, or who are already teaching but would like to extend their skills, module 1 breaks down bell handling into small, manageable steps so the new […] Read more

From Rounds to five- spliced Surprise Major (a dash of good fortune and a heap of hard work!)

By on 11-Jun-2019 - I started my ringing journey in March 2015 and within 3 months I was well and truly hooked. In January of this year I rang inside to five-spliced Surprise Major. I would describe my ringing journey so far as being peppered with good fortune coupled with a lot of hard work. Here are my top […] Read more