Art Presentations on Ringing Recovery
ART and the CCCBR are hosting a series of online presentations focussed on ringing recovery starting on Saturday 8 May. To register for one or more of the online events go to: http://ringingteachers.org/news/articles/book-your-place-recovery-convention
A short description of the available courses is outlined below.
Building better relationships with your church
The Revd Max Drinkwater of the The Guild of Clerical Ringers explores strategies for promoting a high-quality working relationship between ringers and the church.
Saturday 8 May at 16:00
Q & A Evening hosted by Andrew Kelso
Here's your chance to quiz the panel with all your ringing recovery questions. To submit a question in advance for the Q&A session send an email to Annie Hall.
Saturday 8 May at 19:30
How to re-establish ringing in your village
Debbie Phipps will explore ways to promote and grow ringing in your village band.
Sunday 9 May at 16:00
Getting bells and towers in order
David Bassford and Alison Hodge give Some practical hints and reminders to make sure that everything is in order and as safe as possible before we enjoy ringing again.
Sunday 9 May at 19:30
Clare McArdle and Arthur Reeves reflect on the challenge facing ringing teachers as a result of the pandemic, and offer ideas for managing the expectations of lockdown learners.
Monday 10 May at 19:30
Attracting and keeping ringers
Sonia Field and Steph Pendlebury share ideas that promote effective recruitment and retention.
Tuesday 11 May at 19:30
Holding a successful practice
Lesley Boyle shares some top tips for a holding a ringing practice that meets the needs of everybody.
Wednesday 12 May at 19:30
Developing a ringing cluster
Vinni Sullivan talks about how a pre-pandemic ringing hub of six towers was built and how it might work for you.
Thursday 13 May at 19:30
Helen Brotherton (Guild Secretary)