Four months in and time to start writing that blog that Vicki our PRO says I should do. Actually given my own CC Rep said to me on Saturday that he didn’t know what was going on it’s about time! I’ll do it every couple of weeks if I can. Tell me if it gets... Read morePresident’s Blog – January 2020
We have started to receive queries about bells being rung on 31st January to mark the UK leaving the European Union. There are historical moments for which bells have been rung – end of world wars for example. In 2018 the Central Council worked with the government on a recruitment and awareness campaign to recognise... Read moreRinging for Brexit
The ART Annual Conference is an inspiring and enjoyable weekend, with leading speakers sharing best practices from their ringing as well as ideas from other activities and professions. Continuing our successful partnership with the CCCBR the second day of the conference is organised by the Volunteer and Leadership Workgroup and focuses on recruitment and retention.... Read moreART Conference 2020 – join us in Derbyshire!
8th May 2020 During the Second World War, the Bells of Britain were silenced, only to be used to give warning of air raids or invasion. During air raids, many churches suffered damage from bombs and incendiaries, including such iconic churches as Coventry Cathedral, St Clement Danes and St Mary le Bow pictured in London,... Read moreRing out for Peace
We cannot help but be moved by the images that have been coming from Australia recently, of the devastating fires that are taking hold there, our thoughts are with those affected. Many ringers have been discussing on social media if there is anything that we can do for our fellow ringers who may be affected.... Read moreAustralia Fires