See CCCBR web page with the letter received from Lord Ashton of Hyde on behalf of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport.
We have had an overwhelming (in some areas) in response to the campaign: Over 3500 registrations Over 1600 have reported they can ring in rounds Another 1100 who have had a first lesson Over 200 who are waiting for one Thank you to everyone who has taken part, especially the teachers in over 1100 churches Read more about Thank You All[…]
If you are now ringing in rounds (well done), or are about to, here are a few ideas for what to do next: Keep up to date with ringing events. Visit the Central Council, Ringing World and BellBoard websites. Join your local ringing society – and take an active part in it. If you are Read more about What Next?[…]
Registration for Ringing Remembers has now closed. If you would like to learn to ring, we have a new Learn to Ring website where you can register your interest. The site is still under development, but you should be able to register without difficulty. Thank you everyone who registered or took part.
Ringing Remembers and Big Ideas have produced a certificate to record the names of ringers who take part in commemorative ringing on 11th November. See the Ringing Remembers event on BellBoard.
We have now posted 2400 badges. This includes everyone who had signed up by 5th November and told us they had had a first lesson, could ring both strokes, or could ring in rounds (over 1500 so far) which well surpasses our target of 1400 new ringers. When you log in your profile will now Read more about Badges Posted[…]