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
New logins for members
As you know, we have all had the same login username and password in the past but we are changing over the next few weeks so that each member has their own login.
An explanation of the reasons why and how to get your new login details are available here.
(You will need to login in the old way to reach the application page)
Some members are finding it tricky to set a new password. Here is a pdf file to hopefully help you through the process.
Ring out to draw attention to Climate Change
Post COP26 Glasgow
Following the ringing on the Eve of the Climate Change conference in Glasgow, Jane was interviewed on Radio Cornwall, again raising the presence of Bell Ringing in the community.
For anyone who has come to the website to find out more – you can hear the bells of your own tower by typing the first few letters into the search box above, click on your church name in the options, scroll down and play the audio file. You can contact the local Tower Captain or Secretary by filling in the contact form, or go to the Learn to ring page if you wish to be put in touch with a Ringing teacher near you.
It may be that we are asked to ring again regarding Climate Change over the next few years so the various ringing suggestions will still be available. As always it is a good idea to check with your incumbent before ringing.
If you need any help with local PR, please contact Jane McCutchan our TDGR Public Relations Officer on email@example.com
Learn to ring?
Click here to find out more about this engaging and addictive hobby.
Join the Guild
There are a number of different types of membership. You do not have to be a ringer.
All the information and guidance so far received – in one place
All updates from CCCBR available
Including latest Planning for Recovery help.
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
Hopefully we won’t be needing this anytime soon, but here is an Operation London Bridge update
For those not familiar with operation London Bridge, these are the Ringing Guidelines on the death of a Monarch.
The key is that towers to liaise with church authorities so everyone is clear about expectations – saves any confusion!
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