This year’s AGM will be held at St Nicholas, Bathampton. (Meeting 3-4 in Miller rooms, then general ringing from 4-5pm.
The Corston Church Bells. In 1754 there were three bells known as ‘Ye Great, Ye Least and Ye Other’. In that year Ye Great and Ye Least were recast into one single bell by the Bilbies, the famous bellfounders of Chew Stoke. Ye Other was sold in 1823 and it seems that Corston has only the one Bilbie bell until… Read more »
The contact for ringing queries for Blessed Virgin Mary, Claverton is now the Benefice Office: email – email@example.com
This year the Edna Grabham Memorial Education Fund Trustees have decided to try running some courses. Our first one will be Stedman Triples, on MAY 13th, and the Tutor will be Mike Winterbourne. Mike is Master of the Winchester and Portsmouth Guild and he is involved in the organisation of the Bradfield Ringing Courses. The day will be based at Chilcompton. We shall begin with a talk in the church hall, and then will… Read more »
The annual AGM is being held at St. Julian’s church, Wellow, BA2 8QU, on Saturday 22 October 2016 starting at 2 pm, with general ringing and refreshments to follow. There is parking in the road outside the church and Wellow oldstation site has free parking – drive west through the village and take the left turn into Station Rd. Below… Read more »
The 8 bell Association was held on 24 September at Corston, and altogether was a very enjoyable and successful day. The results were: Chew branch 5 1/2 faults Frome 7 1/2 Bath B 8 1/2 Ilchester 9 Axbridge 16 Taunton 16 1/2 Bath A 18 Bridgwater 20 *Cary 16 1/2 (test piece incomplete) A delicious tea, provided by the Corston… Read more »
There are a definite 9 teams (possibly 11) entering the competition on the 24 September. If anyone is able to bring along a plate of food (sweet or savoury) to help with the catering, those arranging would be very grateful. Could you let Jenny Burton know (Corston@nullbath-wells.org), and what you are providing. Also, could you deliver it to the church… Read more »
The results are in …………………………. Another successful Association Quarter Peal Month where £1,106.25 was raised for the bell fund. The winner of the £100, which was anonymously donated, is ………………. well there is not one winner but five, they are Jill Hansford, Beverley Perry, John Hallett, Ian Perry and Mike Hansford who all rang 7 quarters within the qualifying period,… Read more »