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Next Meetings - Nov & Dec

 
 

Early November brings bonfire night, and our meeting on 3rd Nov is a ring-lunch-ring affair leaving plenty of time to get back for the fireworks. Ringing starts at 11am on the six bells at Checkley and is followed by a finger buffet lunch. And after eating we then move on to the eight at Draycott for the afternoon ringing session.

Our AGM in December is at Stoke Minster and is on the Sat 8th December.
(Please note that the date given in the Newsletter is incorrect.)

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Training - Sat 13th Oct

 
 

Ever wondered why we ring with open handstrokes, or why changes on five are called Doubles? Answers to these and many other questions will be covered in this training afternoon at Woodlands. It will begin with a presentation covering common questions to do with ringing and then allow plenty of time to answer questions from participants.

If you would like to take part, take a look at our events section and book a place with the course tutor, Phil Gay.

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Forthcoming Events

 
 

Tues 23rd Oct - Call Change Practice: Stone

Wed 24th Oct - Surprise Minor Practice: Horton

Sat 3rd Nov - Monthly Meeting: Checkley & Draycott

Tues 20th Nov - Tuesday Daytime Band: Penn & TBA

Sat 8th Dec - AGM : Stoke Minster

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Trip to Ypres, Belgium

 
 



   
 

Ringing Remembers

 
 

To commemorate the 1400 bell ringers who died in the First World War, the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers are involved in a new campaign to recruit 1400 new bell ringers.

To find out more, please take a look at their web page: View More..    
 

Learning to Ring

 
 

Have you ever considered learning to ring? Not sure where to start?

Take a look at our towers page to find somewhere close to you and just call in on a Sunday or practice night. Or go to the officers page and drop an email to our secretary for further information.

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100 Club

 
 

The Association runs a '100 Club' to raise funds for the Bell Restoration Fund. The way it works is that members pay a subsciption of £12 and are entered in 5 draws in the year. There will be four prize draws, usually at business meetings, and one Superdraw at the Association's AGM. If fully subscribed the first prize will be £50 at the prize draws and £100 at the super draw.

So if you would like a flutter in aid of a good cause, please contact our 100 Club organiser, Chris Adams.  

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Safeguarding

 
 

Safeguarding of children and young people is an important issue both at a tower and an association level. The Association has therefore appointed a Safeguarding Co-ordinator, produced guidelines for tower captains, and policies and procedures for association events.

Copies of the documents can be found on our Publications page. They can also be obtained from our Safeguarding Co-ordinator, Ros Daybell.

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