- Latest Site Update: Monday 20 November 2017, 16:03:45; applies to News & Articles only.
We are the organisation for church bell and handbell ringers in South Wales, UK.
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Updated 24th November 2017
The Association's Management Committee is the body that oversees its running. It meets four times per year and provides the fulcrum for the Association's activities.
The Committee oversees the whole gamut of Association business, from the setting of budgets and the overseeing of financial affairs through to the offering of grant-aid and/or loans from the Bell Restoration Fund.
Monmouth Branch Newsletters
Updated 19th November 2017
The Monmouth Branch publishes a quarterly Newsletter for its membership.
A copy of each edition of the Newsletter is sent to each Branch tower via the notified tower correspondent. Email copies are also sent to those who've asked to receive them that way.
2017 All Wales Striking Competition and Association Fun Day
The 2017 All Wales Striking Competition was held in the Abergavenny area on Saturday 30th September. As usual, the 6 Bell Competiton was held between tower-bands representing the four Welsh territorial Guilds and Associations and the 8 Bell Competition bands were selected from amongst their membership.The 6 Bell Competition was held at Llantilio Pertholey and the 8 Bell on the back eight at Abergavenny.
Llandaff Branch Newsletters
Updated 27th August 2017
The Llandaff Branch publishes a quarterly Newsletter, copies being sent to each tower.
The latest four Newsletters are available for download below in PDF format. The most recent Newsletter is at the top. Earlier editions (from February 2002) are available from the Webmaster.