TDGR Events


*Proposed* Programme of virtual TDGR events 2021


*Event subjects and hosts maybe subject to change, we will endeavour to inform in advance of any changes to the schedule below.


All events will be hosted on Zoom due to the success of the first virtual event. If you have not already subscribed to the TDGR mailing list, we strongly urge you to do so, as all zoom invitations for the events listed below (and alterations) will be publicised using the TDGR mailing list and TDGR guild website.


Date Start time Who Subject
17/01/2021 20:00 Survive & Recover Team Part 1 of the Survive and Recover Strategy; The Lizard, TDGR & beyond
24/01/2021 20:00 A District Ringing Master Virtual Guild Practice using Ringing Room – All welcome!
Saturday 30/01/2021 19:30 Joint Virtual Event with the Guild of Devonshire Ringers Virtual Winter Ales Festival,
07/02/2021 20:00 Paul Scoble Recruitment & Retention – The Bodmin experience
14/02/2021 20:00 Jonathan Young Extraordinary Ringing Performances
21/02/2021 20:00 Alan Regin Rolls of Honour, with particular reference to Cornwall
28/02/2021 20:00 Mark Regan Mr Selfidge and the St Mary Le Bow scandal

Due the increasing popularity of TDGR virtual events, some are being recorded on YouTube so that they can be made available for guild members to view on the TDGR website only, at a time convenient to them. The historical and educational events are being recorded for the guild archive so that they can act as resources that are available in the future.

If you do not wish to become part of a recording but would still like to watch & listen “live” please select STOP VIDEO and mute yourself. To find out how, click here.



TDGR Webinars 



Ian Self

History of the Guild



Jane McCutchan

An Invitation to Join he Great Cornish Treasure Hunt



Sue McClaughry

Restoration of Calstock Bells



Tom Hinks

Listening Skills



Helen Perry

Kenwyn Bells Restoration Project



Mark Regan

Let’s Talk Marmalade  (Slides Available)





Survive and Recover Workshop – notes





Chris Pickford

Bells in Cornwall



Simon Adams

Unusual & Sublime Bells of the World



Simon Adams

Bells and fittings – the process of how they are made pt1



Owen Borlase

Basic Church Bell Maintenance



Helen Allton


Thinking about writing a Covid-19 Risk Assessment for your tower?



Specimen Risk Assessment with multiple possibilities filled in, as mentioned in the video.


Robert Pearce

The Bradoc Experience