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President’s Blog – September 2023

The Northern Improvers took place on an absolutely glorious day at Tintagel - a really good attendance with lots of members from different towers well represented. The following day I went over to Pillaton to Steward in the belfry at their Heritage Open Day. Many...

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Acting Education Officer visits St Buryan

St Buryan is probably on most bellringers bucket lists to visit – being the heaviest ring of 6 in the world! I was fortunate to be able to visit St Buryan on their practice night this week, my thanks to the band for being so welcoming! There were many ringers in...

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Recruitment & Retention Workshops

Since I've started in the role of acting public relations officer, I’ve heard lots from ringers who'd like to recruit, and retain, people into their towers so that they can keep ringing. Ringing means so much to so many people on different levels doesn't it?  Whether...

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President’s Blog – August 2023

A calmer few weeks since the last blog although I feel a lot has been achieved! I am so pleased that we are now able to fill another position within our Guild.  As already posted, Jemma H joins us as acting Education Officer. I, and the rest of the team, look forward...

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President’s Blog – July 2023

What an absolute mega 4 weeks this has been! This month sadly saw the passing of Meg Way from the Marhamchurch area. I first met Meg on a Henry Trewin Bank Holiday Monday trip. She used to ride with Louise James (and the dogs) and we all have happy memories of ringing...

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John Purdey’s Funeral Arrangements

John's funeral will be held on Wednesday 26th July, 2pm at St Stephen in Brannel Church followed by Cremation at Penmount Crematorium for 3.30pm. There will be closed ringing before and open ringing following the Service. Owen on behalf of Sue Britchford

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