This page contains information and links and links specifically related to Covid-19
(in reverse date order)
Updated Covid-19 Guidance 27th January 2022
Plan B has come to an end and we now can revert to Plan A guidelines
Clarification on the CofE / CCCBR’s interpretation of the government guidelines
Summary pdf page (which can be printed).
Guidelines from 10th December
There is a summary of guidance on the CCCBR website applicable from 10th December.
Draft Guidelines for 19th July
There is a summary of guidance on the CCCBR website applicable from 19th July.
However there is some sensible further advice from the CCCBR President regarding ringing from now on, available here.
CCCBR – Planning for Recovery
the CCCBR steering group have devised a form which covers some of the issues we are going to face (you can of course tailor the word document version to suit your own needs). Every tower is different, but we hope it provides a structure for ringing leaders to plan for a successful return to ringing with their bands. Please do have a look at it and see how it could be used in your tower or area.
See the CCCBR’s
Note within this guidance about individual risk, they refer to 2 levels of risk identified by the NHS – the link given only refers to information source for the high risk group.
Use the NHS Risk Criteria which spells out high and moderate risk criteria & shows where the moderate risk criteria are sourced.
Message from Standing Committee
Concerning regulations now we are in Lockdown
Including 1.5m Social Distancing in specific circumstances.
Church of England guidance on opening cathedrals and churches (see page 9 re ringing)
Update from Simon Linford Cautious return to Sunday Ringing
Dr Phillip Barnes PhD FRCP
Dr Andrew Kelso MD (Res) FRCP FRCP Edin
CCCBR COVID-19 (Summary page)
Including links to the 6 Guidance notes and FAQs.
This page is where updates appear first.
(Half way down page on right)
Tower and Bells
What to check after a long period of non use