Ring out to draw attention to Climate Change
Our Diocese has requested that we encourage as many of our TDGR members to be able to ring their bells at 6pm on the 30th of October for 30 minutes (or longer). We however recognise that not ever incumbent maybe happy with this, so we encourage TCs to ask and have the conversation.
Again, this is another excuse and opportunity to advertise why you are ringing to your local community and invite local people to find out more about ringing and maybe even start to learn!
If you need any help with local PR, please contact Jane McCutchan our TDGR Public Relations Officer on email@example.com
Ask your incumbent if it’s ok to ring at your church
Truro Diocesan Guild of Ringers
A very warm welcome is extended to all ringers whether your tradition or interest lies in call changes or in change ringing.
Sam Nankervis, Guild President
See the Blog for more personal news and events,
including Sam’s summary of guidance from 21st July
All the information and guidance so far received – in one place
All updates from CCCBR available
Including latest Planning for Recovery help.
** See regulations during National Lockdown **
See the CCCBR’s
Have you seen the recovery convention?
Arranged by ART and covering numerous topics ranging from ringing clusters, rebuilding your band, successful practices and many more!
It will be run on consecutive days for a week in mid May, ending with another beer tasting session led by our very own brewer!
One not to miss!
ART Survive & Recover
The Association of Ringing Teachers (ART) have started a dialogue about how we recover from the effect the Covid will have had on ringing in the UK by the time we can restart ringing again in a post pandemic era.
Further information is available from ART’s homepage
is a website developed during lockdown to allow ringers to ring together over the internet. It is also useful for educational purposes. (eg teaching plain hunt.)
Safeguarding for Online Ringing
Use the TDGR mail list