Welcome to the Home page of the new website for the Beverley and District Ringing Society.
Latest Update - 12th April - Quiz - ...
11th April 2021 - New photo.
10th April 2021 - Ringing to mark the death of the Duke of Edinburgh
8th April 2021 - Dove's Guide link added to Towers
7th April 2021 - Tower details
3rd April 2021 - We won - CCCBR Striking competition
2nd April 2021 - CCCBR Striking competition
26 March 2021 - Implemented committee requests
26 March 2021 - New menu layout with additional tabs for 100 Club and Fees, traditional logo
26 March 2021 - New Site Plan showing the location of pages
24 March 2021 - Updated Constitution
21 March 2021 - Branded clothing order
13 March 2021 - Home Page
10 March 2021 - ART recovery and newsletter
7 March 2021 - Home Page
4 March 2021 - New Gallery
2 March 2021 - New Event
27 February 2021 - New In Memoriam Page
Guidance for ringing for the Duke of Edinburgh - From the Central Council
Following conversations with the Church of England on Friday 9th, half-muffled tolling or chiming of a single bell on Saturday 10th April 2021 at 12 noon, 99 times or up to 5 minutes is recommended following the announcement of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh. The Cabinet Office has declared 8 days of official mourning, during which time any other ringing should be half-muffled and in accordance with current Covid-19 restrictions. Half-muffled tolling or chiming of a single bell is recommended on the day of the funeral. There is no special dispensation of current ringing guidance on Sunday.
Ringing by Society members took place at Beverley St Mary; Burstwick; Elloughton; Nunburnholme; Rise; Hedon; North Cave; Roos and the BnD Ringing Room to mark the Duke's death. Full details can be seen here on Bellboard
Unfortunately all ringing is suspended at present - for the latest guidance and predicted timeframes for returning to ringing, please Click here - for the Central Council guidelines on ringing at present.
2021 Roos young ringers. L to R :- Samuel Parvin, Jayden Newton, Joseph Parvin,Emily Craig, Isabelle Hodgson, Phoebe Jackson, Abigail Little. Horizontal:- Rosie Jackson.
Subject to government restrictions and guidelines, we shall be celebrating our 75th birthday with some special events in 2021.
Please keep watching the Events page for more information.