Sad news about Dilys Rowe

I’ve received the sad news of the passing of Dilys Rowe after her recent struggle with cancer. Dilys was the tower Secretary at Zennor for many years, and rang over 30 quarter Peals, and 2 full Peals. Dilys was a stalwart of Zennor tower, and will be greatly...

Sad news from Crantock ringers

We regret to inform you all that Eric Hearle, one of our stalwart ringers for many years, sadly passed away on Tuesday 24 th October following a short illness. Our love and thoughts are with his wife Barbara and their family.  

Jim Hoskin’s funeral arrangements

The funeral of Jim Hoskin, ​formerly Tower Captain at All Saints Tuckingmill, will take place at All Saints Tuckingmill on Thursday 6th July at 11:00 am. Ringing is planned before and after the service. All welcomed. Ian Self

Jim Hoskin

I have been asked to pass on the sad news that Jim Hoskin from Tuckingmill died yesterday morning.  Our condolences to Anita at this sad time. I will update the blog on the website when we have news of the arrangements.

President’s Blog –  April 2023.

I am delighted that our local ringing magazine, The Westerner, is celebrating it’s 100th edition, and I send a big thank you to all those that have helped over the years with its publication. Another big achievement was the resident all ladies band that...

President’s Blog – Feb 23

Spring is a good time of year to be looking forward, and bell ringing is no exception. Our Spring Festivals are upon us followed by our Guild AGM, quickly followed on 6th May with the Coronation of King Charles III. By then it’ll be time to organise the Summer...

Michael Smaldon

Phillack ringers are sad to record the passing of their Tower Captain, Michael Smaldon, aged 93, on November 27, after a long illness.  Michael last came to the Tower in March, and his health has slowly declined since. Michael had been ringing Phillack bells for 76...

Sad news about Mark Lovell

It is with great sorrow that I have to tell you that Mark Lovell, former tower captain of Liskeard, died this morning. He was lovely man who worked hard for his tower, he will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Our thoughts are with his family and friends. Sue...

President’s Blog September 22

As I’m sure you’re all now well aware the 125th anniversary of the formation of the Truro Guild is fast approaching on Sat. 8th October. This is a fantastic occasion, not only for us to celebrate, but also an opportunity to help with recruitment. If bell ringing is to...

Jim Pengilly

Jim Pengilly   Sad news that Jim died on Monday11th afternoon, aged 98.   We have just heard details of his funeral which will take place at 12pm Friday 22nd July at St Keverne Church.  The bells have been requested to be rung before and after the service,...