Ringing for Peace: Armistice100 in the news this weekend – spread the word!

In the Armistice100 overview which has just been posted, and to give a bit more detail on what has now ‘gone public.’   The Central Council is being supported by the government (Department of Communities and Local Government) in encouraging the recruitment of 1,400 new ringers over the next year, who will be able to ring as … Read moreRinging for Peace: Armistice100 in the news this weekend – spread the word!

Ringing for Peace: Armistice100, what you need to know for 2018

Caroline  Stockmann, Central Council Public Relations Officer We know many of you are eager to have some guidance on next year’s Remembrance Day ringing (for and around 11th November 2018) but, as ever, there are so may considerations and people we need to talk to – so it’s great if you can bear with us … Read moreRinging for Peace: Armistice100, what you need to know for 2018

Another 1st for Children in Need – method by Tim Attride

Children in Need visual and audio TAttride As many ringers will know, the “Julie McDonnell” methods & variations originated in All Saints, Birchington with the doubles variation – intended just as a “Thank-You” to Julie. Having seen the “A Peal for Pudsey” plea, but not having enough ringers with the confidence to ring “Pudsey”, we … Read moreAnother 1st for Children in Need – method by Tim Attride