A note from the Bell Restoration Fund Trustees – August 2018

WINCHESTER AND PORTSMOUTH DIOCESAN GUILD OF CHURCH BELL RINGERS

BELL RESTORATION FUND

(A REGISTERED CHARITY No. 264606)

 

The trustees would like to remind towers within the dioceses that the Bell Restoration Fund has funds available to assist with the provision, maintenance, improvement or acoustics of their bells and bell installations, or for the maintenance of the fabric of their towers and belfries, to enable their bells to be properly rung in full circle.

It should be noted that the work proposed does not have to be a large project but can include more routine maintenance work.  To encourage potential applicants, the grant application form has been amended to make applications for smaller projects less onerous.  The application form and accompanying notes can be found on the website.

A reminder to those applying for grants that the initial application needs to be with the Guild Treasurer at least 2 months before the Trustees meet. Trustees meet three times a year, before each of the Executive meetings and before the Guild AGM. Grants can only be approved at either the Executive meeting or AGM. Any approved at the Executive meetings are required to be ratified at the next Guild AGM. The forms required are to be found on the Guild’s website or can be obtained in paper form from the Guild Treasurer.  If an application is sent by email, then it should also be sent through the postal system. All applications are acknowledged so if no acknowledgment is received within two weeks then a chaser should be sent.

Bell Restoration Fund Trustees

August 2018

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