David Webb the Eastern Branch Ringing Master is planning a series of three Plain Bob Doubles practices at 8, tenor 10 cwt in G
Tuesday 19h30 Loddon
The CCCBR wants to encourage towers to register for Heritage Open days so they can reach their target of 500 churches open for ringing-related events and so that towers opening receive the support package from Heritage Open Days. Registration closes at the end of July and the sooner you register the better.
An Evening with Rev. Richard Coles
In aid the the Mancroft Appeal300, An Evening with Rev. Ricahrd Coles, Vicar of Finedon, Northants. Presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Saturday Live. Guest panellist on QI and Have I Got News for You. Author of Live of the Improbable Saints, Legends of the Improbable Saints and Fathomless Riches: Or How I went from Pop to Pulpit. Member of the 80’s band The Communards.
The Auditorium, The Forum, Millennium Plan, Norwich on Thursday 18 August 2015. Doors open at 19h00 for 19h30.
Tickets £10 available from any St Peter Mancroft Ringer or by email
Our new President, Rev Paul Cubitt, the 18th since the Association was formed, tells us a little about himself and a little about how he see the Association and the challenges that will be faced during his term.
Mancroft Appeal 300 has received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund for the project. The project aims to create a Ringing Heritage and Teaching Centre in the church of 12, tenor 37 cwt in C
Monday 19h45 Norwich St Peter Mancroft in the heart of Norwich.
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The 2016 Open Day on Saturday 27 August 2016 will take in towers across the diocese from East to West, starting in Great Yarmouth and finishing in Kings Lynn. This will be the final Open Day in the current series.
Chris Pickford, the Archivist at Taylors Bell-foundry will give a Lecture entitled “Let Steeple Bells be Swungen” at 8, tenor 18 cwt in F
Wednesday 19h30 3rd only (check first)King's Lynn St Nicholas on Saturday 21 May 2016 from 10h00 to 12h00.
The Northern Branch outing will be happening on 14 May 2016 in South Norfolk and all towers are now confirmed.