Mike Keeble has made it on to the front page of this week’s Ringing World with a review of The Whiting Society’s ‘From Rounds to Ropesight’ DVD. And Sophie (Mike and Eileen’s daughter) had her review published too. Congratulations to both. I wonder what other hidden talents there are among our students, tutors and helpers…..
We’re two weeks in to the new term and the decision to operate a 3 tower rotation to ease the strain on helper numbers is proving to be a good one. We have the resources to work at full capacity throughout September. So how does it work? The flagship tower, Tower A (St Paul’s), continues… Read more
Yesterday’s St Martin’s Guild ALE (Adult Learners’ Event) was enjoyed by a number of the BSoBR Students. After School in the morning, several of the students, tutors and helpers hot-footed it over to Sheldon to join other Guild members for the first of four towers, that had been arranged by Simon, for what has become… Read more
Janet Horton writes: One of the great thing about ringing as a hobby is being able to go and ring at new towers. An outing is good way to gain experience whilst enjoying a day out in the country – or perhaps visiting an historic city. When I learnt to ring in the 70s, this… Read more
Congratulations to the BSoBR striking contest team. 3rd place (out of 5) in the St Martin’s Guild 6-bell Striking Contest, judged by Phil Gay. A nerve-wracking experience for some I think, but well done to Tim, Jenny and Christine for being brave enough to take part. We’ll aim for more teams next year…..
The national commemoration of the 70th anniversary of VE Day is taking preference over sessions of the School this week. As many of you will be aware, the Government has requested that bells in all churches be rung (if possible) at 11.00 on Saturday 9th May. So that this can happen, we recognise that many… Read more
Some of the sections of the website have now been updated – “About the School” has some additional pages, giving the prospective new ringer a bit more of an idea what to expect should they sign up. From this week onwards, the weekly allocation will also be published in the “helpers” section of the School… Read more
This morning’s session at Harborne was the most progress I have ever seen in a single session of the School. Well done to Tim, Jenny and Sallie, and also to Tower B for providing the groundwork that makes such quick progress possible! Simon