“Let’s get this show back on the road!”
The Guild Secretary’s (not so) secret missions:
1. Breathe new life into the guild, make it relevant and fun for now and into the future.
2. Re-connect the guild, celebrate its variety of different ringing styles and traditions.
3. Enable the Guild to develop ongoing and sustainable recruitment and teaching.
In my day job, I’m a Brewing Consultant and in my spare time I love driving ringing forward to enable opportunities for all members and friends of the TDGR. I am totally passionate about enabling ringing of all styles to flourish and thrive for years to come.
I am also a Central Council of Church Bell Ringers Representative for the TDGR and I am part of the Volunteer and Leadership Workgroup.
My father taught me to ring aged 9 in Gloucestershire, I have been lucky to ring wherever I have lived from Kent to Cumbria. Ringing has always formed an integral part of my life and I celebrate the fact you can ring with people of all ages and abilities, from all walks of life. Ringing is like an extended family, you’re made welcome wherever you go!
I firmly believe that all the knowledge and skill that we possess as ringers must be passed on and kept alive by the next generation.
Available from Guild Secretary
Please contact the Guild Secretary for : –
Membership and Long Service Certificates
these A4 laminated certificates bear the Guild logo and will state the name and number of years of membership. Please discuss any presentation considerations with the Guild Secretary.
Enamel Lapel Badges
bearing the Guild logo these are priced at £2.00
in black and gold, these stickers measure 9.5 x 9.5cm and cost £1.00. If you travel around towers in convoy, consider placing the sticker in the rear window!
And….coming soon, Guild Christmas Cards!
Information concerning property of the Guild –
Please contact the holder in the first instance
Guild Bell, Gift in 1965 of Col. C.F. Jerram – in the care of the Guild Secretary
Presidential Badge of Office – in the care of the President
Centenary Headboard, Gift of Donald Dunkley, mounted in the Cathedral Ringing Chamber
Handbells, Gift of Richard Stevens – in the care of a ringer, contact Guild Secretary
Recruitment Banner, purchased 2010 and in the care of the librarian