Volunteer with PowerPoint knowledge needed to help with Public Relations **RESOLVED**

***POST FILLED*** (update 30/11)

Thank you so much to the people who have responded to this appeal for PowerPoint experts with offers of help.  We probably have enough volunteers for now, but if anyone else is desperate to help please do get in touch directly with Caroline Stockmann,  who is leading the group on this work for the Central Council’s Public Relations Committee.

With best wishes,



Kate Flavell Writes:

The Central Council’s Public Relations Committee has been keen for a little while now to produce a set of PowerPoint presentations to have on our website for ringers everywhere to use explaining various aspects of ringing, from the most basic to the more technical. We believe that this is a resource that would be of great value to the Exercise. However, we are being held up by the absence of someone with the required mixture of PowerPoint expertise, ringing knowledge and available time to devote to the project. We have some material available and now need someone to work with us to put it all together. We want to produce an interesting set of slides, with minimum words and maximum pictures and video.

Do you know of anyone in your association who might be able to help us? Would you be able to circulate this request around your association for wider exposure? Please do ask anyone who could help to get in touch with me for further information. Thank you so much for your help with this.

With all good wishes,

Kate Flavell

Public Relations Officer
Central Council of Church Bell Ringers

Respond by email: chairman@prc.cccbr.org.uk

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